Monthly Archives: January 2017

Making progress with SIMPL

If you have read any of my last few posts you will know that I am working on a tiny language called SIMPL which was inspired by Forth. SIMPL stands for Serial Interpreted Minimalist Programming Language – as that’s what … Continue reading

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More Thoughts SIMPL and eForth

  I recently downloaded Dr C.H. Ting’s book via Kindle “Zen and the Forth Language” – published by fellow Forther, Juergen Pintaske. In the book, Ting describes in detail his eForth model ported to the MSP430, and how a complete … Continue reading

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SIMPL – a Small Forth Inspired Language

SIMPL really is a very small language. The interpreter and primitives kernel fit into less than 1Kbytes on the MSP430. ┬áIt can be ported to virtually any microcontroller that has a reasonable number of registers. SIMPL is like Forth – … Continue reading

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SIMPL – Now Ported to MSP430 Assembly Language

For some time I have been working on a tiny, Forth like language called SIMPL (serially interpreted minimal programming language). Whilst it’s origins are from Ward Cunningham’s “Txtzyme” – and originally written for Arduino, and Teensy, I have bitten the … Continue reading

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