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Author: Hugh Aguilar (hugh_aguilar)
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Would anybody care to comment on the feasibility of this?
http://www.forth.org/FMITE.txt

Author: Strubi (Guest)
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Looks like pure academic fun to me.
But you don't seriously expect us to fully read and understand your 
entire text file, do you?
We do share a lot of academic fun, but I guess you'll have to a wee bit 
of 'marketing' and tell us what your processor is good at.
Bytecode stuff is interesting, but eventually people will care about 
robustness and how easy they can achieve their goal. Programming aspects 
DO count, and you'll get very little attention from the industry by 
using Forth..

Author: Hugh Aguilar (hugh_aguilar)
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Strubi wrote:
> But you don't seriously expect us to fully read and understand your
> entire text file, do you?
> ...
> Programming aspects
> DO count, and you'll get very little attention from the industry by
> using Forth..

If you actually read the file, or even just read the abstract, you would 
know that the FMITE processor is not programmed in Forth.

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