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ARRAYS AND STRINGS 42 Then we want to print the rest of the number (which is at least one digit): # # char . hold #s $ Finally we want to print the character "$". Another job for ’HOLD’: # # char . hold #s char $ hold So this is our formatting word: : currency <# # # [char] . hold #s [char] $ hold #> type cr ; And we call it like this: 200016 currency You can do some pretty complex stuff with these formatting words. Try to figure out this one from the master himself, Leo Brodie: : sextal 6 base !
We can use this to create a word that converts a number to a string. Because the PAD is highly volatile, we have to move the string immediately after its creation. So we’ll create a word that not only creates the string, but moves it directly to its proper location: : >string >r dup >r abs s>d <# #s r> sign #> r@ char+ swap dup >r cmove r> r> c! ; ( n a -- ) It takes a number, the address of a string and returns nothing. 1 The address of a colon-definition You can get the address of a colon definition by using the word ”’ (tick): : add + ; ’ add .
It returns the value in the appropriate field and a flag. If the flag is false, the value was not found. Now, how do we apply this to our month table? fs" included 0 Constant NULL create MonthTable 1 , $" January " , 2 , $" February " , 3 , $" March " , 4 , $" April " , 5 , $" May " , 6 , $" June " , 7 , $" July " , 8 , $" August " , 9 , $" September" , 10 , $" October " , 11 , $" November " , 12 , $" December " , NULL , Note that this table is sorted, but that doesn’t matter. It would work just as well when it was unsorted.
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