* +FIELD ( offset "name" -- offset )

created a new name with an OFFSET-RT runtime using the given offset.
Leave the offset-value untouched, so it can be modified with words
like CHAR+ and CELL+ and SFLOAT+ ; This word is the simplest way
to declared structure access words in forth - the two STRUCT modules
contain a more elaborate series of words. Use this one like:
 0                        ( a fresh definition is started )
 +FIELD zapp.a+ CHAR+     ( zero offset from the base of the struct )
 +FIELD zapp.b+ CELL+     ( no alignment, starts off at 1 from base )
 +FIELD zapp+   DROP      ( store size of complete zap structure )

 0 zapp+                  ( extend the zap structure )
 +FIELD zappx.c+ CELL+    ( a new field )
 +FIELD zappx+   DROP     ( and save it again )

 CREATE zapp1  0 zapp+ ALLOT ( a way to allocate a strucutre )

 zapp2 zapp.b+ @         ( read a value from the field )
 16 zapp2 zapp.b+ !      ( store a value in there )

this form is not the traditional form used in forth, it is however
quite simple. Use the simplefield declaration with /FIELD to
be compatible with traditional styles that build on top of sizeof
constants in forth (which are not part of the ANS Forth standard).

EXTENSIONS useful ordinary primitive