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Retro is an implementation of the Forth language. It is designed to be small and easy to work with, but not totally minimal. In Retro you'll find influences from many sources. It runs on a portable virtual machine emulating a MISC-based computer.
Trith is an experimental concatenative programming language founded on the unholy trinity of Forth, Lisp and RDF triples.
Munci (pronounced "Monkey") is an interactive macro-interpreted-compiling language inspired by Forth. As in Forth, functions written in Monkey can examine source code. Unlike Forth, Munci uses a generalized version of the Java tokenizer for input, so Munci programs can easily parse Java-esque code.
The RpnParser written in C#.Net parses a string expression and generates an output value. Purpose: Evaluation string expressions returning a single result value. upported Arithmetic Operators: + - / % upported Comparison Operators: = == != <> < > = upported Logical Operators: and ... [More]
42s, an iPhone port of Free42 This is an iPhone version of Free42 which is a reverse engineered implementation of the HP-42S calculator written from scratch by Thomas Okken with several enhancements. Free42 is written in C and C++ and requires no ROMs or emulators, which makes it very fast. ... [More]
Updated 30 Oct 2009 hcpy is a yet another RPN calculator. There have been many of these written over the years, so why another one? I couldn't find one with the features I wanted: Simple console-based interface, no mouse or GUI needed Basic scientific calculator functionality similar to HP ... [More]
Une petite calculatrice RPN (Notation Polonaise Inverse) réalisée en BASIC sur/pour les ordinateurs de poche Sharp des années 80-90. Comme il existe des différences entre les modèles (mémoire, écran, limitations du BASIC), il est possible qu'il y ait plusieurs versions selon le matériel.
I have yet to upload the code... Soon to have: Assortment of code: 1) simple c++ class for math operations on arrays and matrices. Allows allocation of arbitrary dimension arrays, and mathematical operations on these, especially for 2 dimensional arrays (matrices) 2) class for parsing and ... [More]