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Memory blocks often represent character strings; For ways of storing character strings in memory see 5.18.3 String Formats. For other string-processing words see 5.18.4 Displaying characters and strings.
A few of these words work on address unit blocks. In that case, you
usually have to insert
CHARS before the word when working on
character strings. Most words work on character blocks, and expect a
When copying characters between overlapping memory regions, use
chars move or choose carefully between
doc-move doc-erase doc-cmove doc-cmove> doc-fill doc-blank doc-compare doc-search doc--trailing doc-/string doc-bounds
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