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How do you define a computer language? Charles takes you through the different steps and as well the reasoning behind it.
Kindle Edition, 171 pages
Published May 2nd 2014
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Charles Moore had a philosophy about using computers, and in 1970 (when he was 32), he wrote a manifesto of sorts on how to properly use a computer's limited resources. He included the design for his stack-based programming language "Forth" to make good on his views.

Moore believed in a 3-fold "basic principal": 1) "keep it simple", 2) "do not speculate!" (never include any code or library that is not used), and 3) "Do It Yourself!". By "Do It Yourself!" he meant to literally write everything fro
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Charles H. Moore (also known as Chuck Moore) (born 1938) is the inventor of the Forth programming language.
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