C to Forth Tranlator? 
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 C to Forth Tranlator?


> I've got a situation where Forth seems like the appropriate
> language to use (compactness, speed, et. al.), but a user
> community that is reluctant to learn Forth (they would not
> use the Forth-based facility very often).  Is there a
> program out there which would allow them to write C code
> (perhaps with restrictions) and translate it to Forth?

MPE has written a strict ANSI C to stack machine compiler. This could be
modified to produce Forth as its assembler. The program is not free,
but then it works.

Regards, Stephen

MicroProcessor Engineering - More Real, Less Time
133 Hill Lane, Southampton SO15 5AF, England
tel: +44 1703 631441, fax: +44 1703 339691

Fri, 16 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
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