Forth: The programming language that writes itself: The Web Page

This web content is a personal journey of the author, Dave Gauer, to discover Forth and understand its place in computing history. The author reminisces about their early days as a programmer and their exposure to Usenet newsgroups. They mention the legendary Chuck Moore, the creator of Forth, and his reputation for being able to write any program in just a few lines of code. The author also explores the use of postfix notation in Forth, its stack-based nature, and its connection to concatenative programming. Throughout the content, the author provides historical context and incorporates examples to illustrate their points. There is no controversial information or surprising content highlighted in this web content.

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