A few references to to helpful information.
- The Forth Programming Webring
starting at zForth.com
currently a newsgroup archive
is a very useful resource. From time to time, people extract
some relevant information, e.g. at the sourceforge'
or Peter Knaggs'
Forth Research Page
- The 4TH tutorial
A very good online tutorial - 4TH is an ansi-forth compatible
forth system, so the tutorial should work fine for PFE users too.
- Taygeta Forth
Taygeta has taken over much of the work what
FIG' forth.org should have
been for - it will provide you with a lot of information about
forth, and the ftp-space hosts about every piece of free forth
snippets you can find.
- Koopmann's Stack Computers
The book is a little older and definitly not for newbies but
it still serves as good reference to stack computer theory.
see his website
and download the book.
- Structure And Interpretation Of Computer Programs
a more general book
ISBN 0-262-01153-0 (MIT Press hardcover)
ISBN 0-07-000484-6 (McGraw-Hill hardcover)