* .S ( -- )

print the stack content in vertical nice format.
tries to show cell-stack and float-stack side-by-side,

Depending on configuration,
there are two parameter stacks: for integers and for
floating point operations. If both stacks are empty, >.S
will display the message lt;stacks emptygt;.

If only the floating point stack is empty, >.S displays
the integer stack items in one column, one item per line,
both in hex and in decimal like this (the first item is topmost):
 12345 HEX 67890 .S
    	424080 [00067890]
         12345 [00003039] ok

If both stacks ar not empty, >.S displays both stacks, in two
columns, one item per line
 HEX 123456.78E90 ok
 DECIMAL 123456.78E90 .S
    	   291 [00000123]          1.234568E+95
    1164414608 [45678E90] ok
Confusing example? Remember that floating point input only works
when the BASE number is DECIMAL. The first number looks like
a floating point but it is a goodhex double integer too - the number
base is HEX. Thus it is accepted as a hex number. Second try
with a decimal base will input the floating point number.

If only the integer stack is empty, >.S shows two columns, but
he first columns is called lt;stack emptygt;, and the
second column is the floating point stack, topmost item first.

tools ordinary primitive