After a big month of hard work, I'm happy to release today a new website for my webcomic Pepper&Carrot! It was a rewrite I made from scratch this time: https://www.peppercarrot.com/
More infos and report on the blog-post: https://www.davidrevoy.com/article853/new-website-for-peppercarrot
Hey, I made an alt for music stuff (so I can keep this account more just for making friends). All my waffling about music stuff and all that is gonna be over there from now on so follow that account if that's something you want to be subjected to!
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this is partly intended, Forth is very loose with function frames, which are kept on a different stack; all functions are N-ary by default, so even if one would want to make the above work it would require a lot of weird workarounds that would hobble the core Forth design
now, there might be some kind of weird equivalency between the Forth N-ary model and some of the stuff graph reduction machines (VMs for lazy functional languages) tend to do, but i'm not knowledgeable enough to draw parallels
"LISP emphasizes function application, while Forth emphasizes function composition"
i'm almost convinced by this, if you squint, you could think Forth is one of these weird point-free functional programming languages, as all the arguments are passed implicitly
the thing that's keeping me from being convinced by this point is that Forth is missing, funnily enough, decomposition
in an ML language, `add 5` is perfectly valid and defines a 1-arg function, while in Forth `5 add` just stackunderflows
ill at least cw my livetooting of skimming through the literary masterpiece that is brian herbert's "the little green book of chairman rahma"
going to slip tofu into brian herbert's food, killing him instantly
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