Welcome to the home of the
JForth !
programming language
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Did you ever want to :

Programme the Amiga, but found it too tedious and complicated ?
Tried to learn Forth, but found it too unfriendly and basic ?
Write Life, Uuencode, Uudecode, TEA or an unbeatable Tic Tac Toe game in less than 1K ?
Write a programme, or add a scripting language to your application, but found it too complicated ?

The waiting is over !

Here is JForth!

JForth is very different, and very complete !

Use the excellent tools to write sophisticated programmes including
Graphics, Animations and Audio programmes !

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spot News and announcements spot Download JForth freeware NOW
spot You don't know what JForth is ? Then get acquainted spot Read the JForth FAQ (and the manual) before asking questions
spot Need a professional looking JForth manual?
Look no further !
spot Historical reviews and articles - Some good programming stuff as well !!! about JForth !
spot Links to Folder-Tree, Forth and JForth related sites spot Click here and learn all about the JForth mailing list
spot On-line manual in Html spot Want to programme JForth on your PC ? click here For my short review
spot JForth Programmes By JForth authors spot IRC details here Including logs
spot JForth History

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I would like to thank Mike Haas & Phil Burk, for creating, and releasing as freeware, such an inspiring and complete programme !

Credit is also given to the other JForth contributors, especially :-
Brian Donovan, Jim King, Martin Kees, Jack Woehr, Larry Polanski, Marlin Schwanke, Nick Didkovsky, Bill Kelly, Kirk Baker, Dave Sirag, Bill Maginnis, George Kozlowski, Lynn Newton...and to many others who aided in bringing JForth to where it is today !

Thanks to Hans Bezemer for the web site ideas !

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