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An image file is a file containing an image of the Forth dictionary,
i.e., compiled Forth code and data residing in the dictionary. By
convention, we use the extension
.fi for image files.
13.1 Image Licensing Issues Distribution terms for images. 13.2 Image File Background Why have image files? 13.3 Non-Relocatable Image Files don't always work. 13.4 Data-Relocatable Image Files are better. 13.5 Fully Relocatable Image Files better yet. 13.6 Stack and Dictionary Sizes Setting the default sizes for an image. 13.7 Running Image Files
gforth -i fileor file.
13.8 Modifying the Startup Sequence and turnkey applications.
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