Commit 43c78185 authored by pknaggs's avatar pknaggs

Replaced F94 with F12

Remvoed ed11 markup
Extension queries conditional RC/Draft
Minor revision to Text interpreter input number conversion (3.4.1.3)
parent 91f71e98
...@@ -292,7 +292,7 @@ double-cell integer shall be above the cell containing the least ...@@ -292,7 +292,7 @@ double-cell integer shall be above the cell containing the least
significant part. significant part.
The implementation-defined range of double-cell signed integers The implementation-defined range of double-cell signed integers
shall include \{-2147483647 {\ldots} \newline +2147483647\}. shall include \{-2147483647 {\ldots} \linebreak +2147483647\}.
The implementation-defined range of double-cell non-negative The implementation-defined range of double-cell non-negative
integers shall include \{0 {\ldots} 2147483647\}. integers shall include \{0 {\ldots} 2147483647\}.
...@@ -639,37 +639,36 @@ and the same value. ...@@ -639,37 +639,36 @@ and the same value.
\subsection{Obsolescent Environmental Queries} % 3.2.7 \subsection{Obsolescent Environmental Queries} % 3.2.7
\label{usage:obsolete} \label{usage:obsolete}
\hfill\textsf{x:wordset-query} \proposal{X:wordset-query}
This standard designates the practice of using \word{ENVIRONMENTq} This standard designates the practice of using \word{ENVIRONMENTq}
to inquire whether a given word set is present as obsolescent. If to inquire whether a given word set is present as obsolescent. If
such a query, as listed in table \ref{table:obsolete}, returns such a query, as listed in table \ref{table:obsolete}, returns
\param{true}, the word set is present in the form defined by the \param{true}, the word set is present in the form defined by
\replace{F94}{Forth-94}{Forth 94} Standard. \remove{ed12}{the} Forth 94 \remove{ed12}{Standard}.
As these queries will be withdrawn from future revisions of the As these queries will be withdrawn from future revisions of the
Standard their use in new programs is discouraged. Standard their use in new programs is discouraged.
\place{ed11}{See \xref{rat:obsolete}}. See \xref{rat:obsolete}.
\newcommand{\query}[2]{% <wordset><wordset name> \newcommand{\query}[2]{% <wordset><wordset name>
\texttt{#1} & \emph{flag} & no & \sout{Forth-94}\uline{Forth 94} #2 word set present. \\ \texttt{#1} & \emph{flag} & no & Forth 94 #2 word set present. \\
\texttt{#1-EXT} & \emph{flag} & no & \sout{Forth-94}\uline{Forth 94} #2 extensions word set present. \\ \texttt{#1-EXT} & \emph{flag} & no & Forth 94 #2 extensions word set present. \\
} }
\begin{table}[ht] \begin{table}[ht]
\begin{center} \begin{center}
\caption{Obsolescent Environmental Query Strings} \caption{Obsolescent Environmental Query Strings}
\label{table:obsolete} \label{table:obsolete}
\cbstart
\begin{tabular}{p{10em}r@{~~}c@{~~}p{0.55\textwidth}} \begin{tabular}{p{10em}r@{~~}c@{~~}p{0.55\textwidth}}
\hline\hline \hline\hline
\multicolumn{2}{l}{String \hfill Value data type} & Constant? & Meaning \\ \multicolumn{2}{l}{String \hfill Value data type} & Constant? & Meaning \\
\hline \hline
\texttt{CORE} & \emph{flag} & no \texttt{CORE} & \emph{flag} & no
& true if complete core word set of \sout{Forth-94}\uline{Forth 94} is present \\ & true if complete core word set of Forth 94 is present \\
& & & (i.e., not a subset as defined in \ref{label:system}) \\ & & & (i.e., not a subset as defined in \ref{label:system}) \\
\texttt{CORE-EXT} & \emph{flag} & no \texttt{CORE-EXT} & \emph{flag} & no
& true if the core extensions word set of \sout{Forth-94}\uline{Forth 94} is present \\ & true if the core extensions word set of Forth 94 is present \\
\query{BLOCK}{block} \query{BLOCK}{block}
\query{DOUBLE}{double number} \query{DOUBLE}{double number}
\query{EXCEPTION}{exception} \query{EXCEPTION}{exception}
...@@ -683,14 +682,13 @@ Standard their use in new programs is discouraged. ...@@ -683,14 +682,13 @@ Standard their use in new programs is discouraged.
\query{STRING}{string} \query{STRING}{string}
\hline\hline \hline\hline
\end{tabular} \end{tabular}
\cbend
\end{center} \end{center}
\end{table} \end{table}
\ifrelease\else
\subsection{Extension queries} % 3.2.8 \subsection{Extension queries} % 3.2.8
\label{usage:extensions} \label{usage:extensions}
~ \hfill \textsf{\small X:extension-query} \proposal{X:extension-query}
As part of the Forth 200\emph{x} standards procedure, additions to the As part of the Forth 200\emph{x} standards procedure, additions to the
Standard are labeled as \emph{extensions}. These extensions have Standard are labeled as \emph{extensions}. These extensions have
...@@ -712,28 +710,28 @@ itself an extension. Known as the \textsf{X:extension-query} extension. ...@@ -712,28 +710,28 @@ itself an extension. Known as the \textsf{X:extension-query} extension.
\hline\hline \hline\hline
\multicolumn{2}{l}{String \hfill Value data type} & Constant? & Meaning \\ \multicolumn{2}{l}{String \hfill Value data type} & Constant? & Meaning \\
\hline \hline
\texttt{X:2value} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:2value} extension is present \\ \texttt{X:2value} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:2value} extension is present \\
\texttt{X:deferred} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:deferred} extension is present \\ \texttt{X:deferred} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:deferred} extension is present \\
\texttt{X:defined} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:defined} extension is present \\ \texttt{X:defined} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:defined} extension is present \\
\texttt{X:ekeys} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:ekeys} extension is present \\ \texttt{X:ekeys} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:ekeys} extension is present \\
\texttt{X:escaped-strings} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:escaped-strings} extension is present \\ \texttt{X:escaped-strings} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:escaped-strings} extension is present \\
\texttt{X:extension-query} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:extension-query} extension is present\\ \texttt{X:extension-query} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:extension-query} extension is present\\
\texttt{X:fatan2} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:fatan2} extension is present \\ \texttt{X:fatan2} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:fatan2} extension is present \\
\texttt{X:ftrunc} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:ftrunc} extension is present \\ \texttt{X:ftrunc} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:ftrunc} extension is present \\
\texttt{X:fvalue} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:fvalue} extension is present \\ \texttt{X:fvalue} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:fvalue} extension is present \\
\texttt{X:n-to-r} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:n-to-r} extension is present \\ \texttt{X:n-to-r} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:n-to-r} extension is present \\
\texttt{X:number-prefix} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:number-prefix} extension is present \\ \texttt{X:number-prefix} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:number-prefix} extension is present \\
\texttt{X:parse-name} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:parse-name} extension is present \\ \texttt{X:parse-name} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:parse-name} extension is present \\
\texttt{X:required} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:required} extension is present \\ \texttt{X:required} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:required} extension is present \\
\texttt{X:structures} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:structures} extension is present \\ \texttt{X:structures} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:structures} extension is present \\
\texttt{X:synonym} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:synonym} extensions is present \\ \texttt{X:synonym} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:synonym} extensions is present \\
\texttt{X:throw-iors} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:throw-iors} extension is present \\ \texttt{X:throw-iors} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:throw-iors} extension is present \\
\texttt{X:xchar} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:xchar} extension is present \\ \texttt{X:xchar} & -- & -- & the \textsf{X:xchar} extension is present \\
\hline\hline \hline\hline
\end{tabular} \end{tabular}
\end{center} \end{center}
\end{table} \end{table}
\fi
\section{The Forth dictionary} % 3.3 ================================ \section{The Forth dictionary} % 3.3 ================================
\label{usage:dict} \label{usage:dict}
...@@ -794,8 +792,10 @@ read from or write into these regions unless otherwise specified. ...@@ -794,8 +792,10 @@ read from or write into these regions unless otherwise specified.
\subsubsection{Address alignment} % 3.3.3.1 \subsubsection{Address alignment} % 3.3.3.1
\label{usage:aaddr} \label{usage:aaddr}
Most addresses \remove{F94}{used in ANS Forth} are aligned addresses (indicated \replace{ed12}{Most addresses are aligned addresses (indicated
by \emph{a-addr}) or character-aligned (indicated by \emph{c-addr}). by \emph{a-addr}) or character-aligned (indicated by \emph{c-addr})}{
Most addresses are cell aligned (indicated by \emph{a-addr}) or character
aligned (\emph{c-addr})}.
\word{ALIGNED}, \word{CHAR+}, and arithmetic operations can alter \word{ALIGNED}, \word{CHAR+}, and arithmetic operations can alter
the alignment state of an address on the stack. \word{CHAR+} applied the alignment state of an address on the stack. \word{CHAR+} applied
to an aligned address returns a character-aligned address that can to an aligned address returns a character-aligned address that can
...@@ -849,7 +849,7 @@ deallocated memory contains definitions. ...@@ -849,7 +849,7 @@ deallocated memory contains definitions.
\label{usage:var} \label{usage:var}
The region allocated for a variable may be non-contiguous with The region allocated for a variable may be non-contiguous with
regions subsequently allocated with \word{,} (comma) or regions subsequently allocated with \linebreak \word{,} (comma) or
\word{ALLOT}. For example, in: \word{ALLOT}. For example, in:
\begin{quote} \begin{quote}
\word{VARIABLE} X 1 \word{CELLS} \word{ALLOT} \word{VARIABLE} X 1 \word{CELLS} \word{ALLOT}
...@@ -927,11 +927,11 @@ the regions returned by \word{WORD} and \word{num-end} may overlap in ...@@ -927,11 +927,11 @@ the regions returned by \word{WORD} and \word{num-end} may overlap in
memory. Consequently, use of one of these words can corrupt a region memory. Consequently, use of one of these words can corrupt a region
returned earlier by a different word. The other words that construct returned earlier by a different word. The other words that construct
pictured numeric output strings (\word{num-start}, \word{num}, \word{numS}, pictured numeric output strings (\word{num-start}, \word{num}, \word{numS},
\word{HOLD}, \word{HOLDS}, \remove{ed11}{and} \word[xchar]{XHOLD}) may also modify \word{HOLD}, \word{HOLDS}, \word[xchar]{XHOLD}) may also modify
the contents of these regions. Words that display numbers may be the contents of these regions. Words that display numbers may be
implemented using pictured numeric output words. Consequently, \word{d} implemented using pictured numeric output words. Consequently, \word{d}
(dot), \word{.R}, \word[tools]{.S}, \word[tools]{q}, \word[double]{Dd}, (dot), \word{.R}, \word[tools]{.S}, \word[tools]{q}, \word[double]{Dd},
\word[double]{D.R}, \word{Ud}, \remove{ed11}{and} \word{U.R} could also corrupt the \word[double]{D.R}, \word{Ud}, \word{U.R} could also corrupt the
regions. regions.
The size of the scratch area whose address is returned by \word{PAD} The size of the scratch area whose address is returned by \word{PAD}
...@@ -1059,10 +1059,10 @@ a syntax or program-construct checker. ...@@ -1059,10 +1059,10 @@ a syntax or program-construct checker.
\subsubsection{Text interpreter input number conversion} % 3.4.1.3 \subsubsection{Text interpreter input number conversion} % 3.4.1.3
\label{usage:numbers} \label{usage:numbers}
When converting input numbers, the text interpreter shall recognize When converting input numbers,
integer numbers in the form \linebreak \arg{BASEnum}; if the \remove{ed12}{the text interpreter shall recognize integer numbers in the
\textsf{X:number-prefixes} form \arg{BASEnum}; if the \textsf{X:number-prefixes} extension is present,}
extension is present, the text interpreter shall recognize integer the text interpreter shall recognize integer
numbers in the form \arg{anynum}. numbers in the form \arg{anynum}.
\begin{center} \begin{center}
...@@ -1107,7 +1107,7 @@ The radix used for number conversion is: ...@@ -1107,7 +1107,7 @@ The radix used for number conversion is:
\end{tabular} \end{tabular}
\end{center} \end{center}
\place{x:enhanced-locals}{See \xref{notations}.} See \xref{notations}.
\subsection{Finding definition names} % 3.4.2 \subsection{Finding definition names} % 3.4.2
\label{usage:find} \label{usage:find}
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