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ajose
Someone has just said to me that the way I'm building things is just like OOP (Object Oriented Programming)...

Maybe it is.
I mean, although I don't have formal object interfaces, each FORTH word I build is like an object by it self as I concentrate ont the semantics of the word rather in the actual code to implement it.
So STRING: , for instance, will do exactelly the same thing be it in the Gforth version, in the PFE version, in the Win32Forth version or in any other version and ALL them have to be implemented with diferent pieces of code to acheive the same result.....