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  1. I've mostly been learning with gforth in the mean time. It seems like eforth (and by extension xforth) doesn't have a greater than word as default, is there any particular reason for that? All the ">" word seems to do is push 7 onto the stack.
  2. Awesome, I've been waiting for a Forth to be available on the x16. Looking forward to finally getting around to learning it.
  3. I'm not a fan of C, but I have been using cc65 as that's what looks like to have the greatest support. I would like to learn and use forth, but none are available currently.
  4. Wouldn't assembly cost a lot given that the motherboard is all through hole?
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