Forth-like computer language based on characters
'owl' (Obfuscated Weird Language) is a Forth-like language based on characters, and is written in C for the gcc. It has been inspired by false (the ancestor of all obfuscated Forth-like languages, written by W.v.Oortmerssen in 1993).
DocumentationUser manual available in HTML format from http://digilander.libero.it/tonibinhome/owl/doc/manual.txt
released on 7 June 2009
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