C-128

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Oct 9, 1986, 8:25:24 PM10/9/86
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I have a Commodore 128 and was hoping to find a good FORTH implementation
for it. Something that can use the extra memory for multitasking (ala
Polyforth) would be nice.

Failing that; a good CP/M-80 FORTH-79 or FORTH-83 would be good enough.

My current FORTH (HES) is pleasant enough with it's FIG-model and extensions
(the Commodore 64 version) but I'd like to take advantage of the higher clock
clock speeds and 80 column screen of the C128 or CP/M modes.
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- Dave Fetrow

"CP/M is nice because it has no more than 64K*8 errors per tick."

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