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Toka is a concatenative programming languages with roots in Forth. It is not a normal Forth, and has many twists and differences of its own. It is considered experimental in nature, but is complete and stable enough to allow development of useful programs.

Get Toka

Release 1.1 (September 13, 2007)

This includes full source and documentation.

You will need GCC, Make (GNU Make is recommended, but not required), and a standard libc. Your system should also provide dlopen() and dlsym(). For most systems, the build process should determine if these are in libdl or libc automatically.

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