Zen and the Forth Language: EFORTH for the MSP430 from Texas Instruments

Zen and the Forth Language: EFORTH for the MSP430 from Texas Instruments

English | 24 Oct. 2016 | ASIN: B01M4NO579 | 173 Pages | PDF | 2.34 MB

Forth was invented by Chuck Moore in the 1960s as a programming language. Chuck was not impressed by programming languages, operating systems, and computer hardware of that time. He sought the simplest and most efficient way to control his computers. He used Forth to program every computer in his sight. And then, he found that he could design better computers in transistors and gates, because Forth is much more than just a programming language; it is also an excellent computer architecture.

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