|Subject:||Re: [gforth] Redirecting interpreter output to a counted string|
|Date:||Sun, 12 Jan 2014 12:23:55 -0800|
66:\ >buffer-execute ( ... c-addr u1 xt -- ... u2 ) execute xt while the
82:\ pad 0 ['] foo >buffer-execute >r drop ( throw away result of FOO )
84:\ r@ allocate throw r> 2dup 2>r ['] foo >buffer-execute drop 2r>
These are all comments. Is this word also available? I would prefer not to dynamically allocate for this use.
Am Sonntag, 12. Januar 2014, 11:37:36 schrieb Sam Putman:
The current development version (e.g. the last snapshot) has words for that,> Hi,
> I am curious how to redirect the output of the `evaluate` word into a
> counted string.
> That is, I'd like something like this:
> : innerloop
> eval-pad cols accept
> eval-pad swap evaluate
> recurse ;
> To break it down to its essence, I want each `evaluate` call to return a
> counted string to the stack, rather than to output to the current cursor
> I'm new to gforth, and couldn't find this in the manual or glossary.
> Apologies if I've overlooked an obvious word.
0.7.x doesn't. But you can load str-exec.fs from the development branch into
0.7.3 without problems.
There are other ways to achieve what you want (of course), but this is
probably the easiest one.
"If you want it done right, you have to do it yourself"
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