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O
object5.21.2 Object-Oriented Terminology
object allocation options5.21.3.4 Creating objects
object class5.21.3.3 The `object.fs' base class
object creation5.21.3.4 Creating objects
object interfaces5.21.3.10 Object Interfaces
object models, comparison5.21.6 Comparison with other object models
object-map discussion5.21.3.11 `objects.fs' Implementation
object-oriented programming5.21.3 The `objects.fs' model
object-oriented programming5.21.4 The `oof.fs' model
object-oriented programming motivation5.21.1 Why object-oriented programming?
object-oriented programming style5.21.3.5 Object-Oriented Programming Style
object-oriented terminology5.21.2 Object-Oriented Terminology
objects5.21.3 The `objects.fs' model
objects, basic usage5.21.3.2 Basic `objects.fs' Usage
`objects.fs'5.21.3 The `objects.fs' model
`objects.fs'5.21.4 The `oof.fs' model
`objects.fs' Glossary5.21.3.12 `objects.fs' Glossary
`objects.fs' implementation5.21.3.11 `objects.fs' Implementation
`objects.fs' properties5.21.3.1 Properties of the `objects.fs' model
oof5.21.4 The `oof.fs' model
`oof.fs'5.21.3 The `objects.fs' model
`oof.fs'5.21.4 The `oof.fs' model
`oof.fs' base class5.21.4.3 The `oof.fs' base class
`oof.fs' properties5.21.4.1 Properties of the `oof.fs' model
`oof.fs' usage5.21.4.2 Basic `oof.fs' Usage
`oof.fs', differences to other models5.21.6 Comparison with other object models
operating system - passing commands5.25 Passing Commands to the Operating System
operator's terminal facilities available8.1.3 Other system documentation
options on the command line2.1 Invoking Gforth
orig, control-flow stack item5.8.4 Arbitrary control structures
other system documentation, block words8.2.3 Other system documentation
other system documentation, core words8.1.3 Other system documentation
outer interpreter4.1 Introducing the Text Interpreter
outer interpreter4.2 Stacks, postfix notation and parameter passing
outer interpreter5.13 The Text Interpreter
overflow of the pictured numeric output string8.1.2 Ambiguous conditions
overrides usage5.21.3.2 Basic `objects.fs' Usage

P
PAD size8.1.1 Implementation Defined Options
PAD use by nonstandard words8.1.3 Other system documentation
parameter stack5.6 Stack Manipulation
parameters are not of the same type (DO, ?DO, WITHIN)8.1.2 Ambiguous conditions
parent class5.21.2 Object-Oriented Terminology
parent class binding5.21.3.6 Class Binding
parse area5.13 The Text Interpreter
parsed string overflow8.1.2 Ambiguous conditions
parsed string, maximum size8.1.1 Implementation Defined Options
parsing a string5.18.5 Input
parsing words4.4 How does that work?
parsing words4.4 How does that work?
parsing words5.13 The Text Interpreter
path for included5.16.3 Search Paths
pedigree of GforthB.2 Pedigree
performance of some Forth interpreters14.4 Performance
persistent form of dictionary13. Image Files
PFE performance14.4 Performance
pictured numeric output5.18.2 Formatted numeric output
pictured numeric output buffer, size8.1.1 Implementation Defined Options
pictured numeric output string, overflow8.1.2 Ambiguous conditions
POSTPONE applied to [IF]8.10.2 Ambiguous conditions
POSTPONE or [COMPILE] applied to TO8.1.2 Ambiguous conditions
postpone tutorial3.32 POSTPONE
Pountain's object-oriented model5.21.6 Comparison with other object models
precompiled Forth code13. Image Files
previous, search order empty8.11.2 Ambiguous conditions
primitive source format14.3.1 Automatic Generation
primitives, assembly code listing14.3.3 Produced code
primitives, automatic generation14.3.1 Automatic Generation
primitives, implementation14.3 Primitives
primitives, keeping the TOS in a register14.3.2 TOS Optimization
`prims2x.fs'14.3.1 Automatic Generation
private discussion5.21.3.8 Classes and Scoping
procedures, tutorial3.9 Colon Definitions
program data space available8.1.3 Other system documentation
programming style, arbitrary control structures5.8.4.1 Programming Style
programming style, locals5.19.1.3 Locals programming style
programming style, object-oriented5.21.3.5 Object-Oriented Programming Style
programming tools5.22 Programming Tools
programming-tools words, ambiguous conditions8.10.2 Ambiguous conditions
programming-tools words, implementation-defined options8.10.1 Implementation Defined Options
programming-tools words, system documentation8.10 The optional Programming-Tools word set
prompt8.1.1 Implementation Defined Options
pronounciation of words5.1 Notation
protected discussion5.21.3.8 Classes and Scoping

R
r, stack item type5.1 Notation
ranges for integer types8.1.1 Implementation Defined Options
read-only data space regions8.1.1 Implementation Defined Options
reading from file positions not yet written8.6.2 Ambiguous conditions
receiving object5.21.2 Object-Oriented Terminology
records5.20 Structures
records tutorial3.31 Arrays and Records
RECURSE appears after DOES>8.1.2 Ambiguous conditions
recursion tutorial3.20 Recursion
recursive definitions5.8.5 Calls and returns
registers of the inner interpreter5.23.1 Code and ;code
relocating loader13.2 Image File Background
relocation at load-time13.2 Image File Background
relocation at run-time13.2 Image File Background
repeatability to be expected from the execution of MS8.5.1 Implementation Defined Options
report the words used in your program7.1 `ans-report.fs': Report the words used, sorted by wordset
REPOSITION-FILE, outside the file's boundaries8.6.2 Ambiguous conditions
REPRESENT, results when float is out of range8.7.1 Implementation Defined Options
require, placement in files12. Emacs and Gforth
reserving data space5.7.2 Dictionary allocation
RESTORE-INPUT, Argument type mismatch8.1.2 Ambiguous conditions
result out of range8.1.2 Ambiguous conditions
return stack5.6 Stack Manipulation
return stack and locals5.6.3 Return stack
return stack dump with gforth-fast6. Error messages
return stack manipulation words5.6.3 Return stack
return stack space available8.1.3 Other system documentation
return stack tutorial3.22 Return Stack
return stack underflow8.1.2 Ambiguous conditions
returning from a definition5.8.5 Calls and returns
rounding of floating-point numbers8.7.1 Implementation Defined Options
RSHIFT, large shift counts8.1.2 Ambiguous conditions
run-time code generation, tutorial3.34 Advanced macros
running Gforth2.1 Invoking Gforth
running image files13.7 Running Image Files
Rydqvist, Goran12. Emacs and Gforth

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