On 2010-3-31 4:07 PM, Programmingkid wrote:
I am trying to make a word that does one thing at
compile time, and does another thing at runtime. I think this is how you do it:
does> ." two"
When I first use this word, I see "one". Then when I use this word again, I see
"two", but it causes OpenBIOS to panic because of a segmentation violation at 3.
Is this an OpenBIOS bug, or did I do something wrong?
That's not how you want to be using does> (in my opinion, you don't want
to be using does> at all, but that's just my dislike of the construct).
If you want to play games with what's done at compile vs runtime, you
should be using the "compile" and "[compile]" tokens.