It is possible to make * (asterisk) acceptable for multiply
by a small assembler mod|
but it does lead yacc to warn about shift/reduce conficts. (At present yacc runs clean.)
This conflict comes about because of the use of * in Usercode for rounding up to a word.
Hans used # for this round up.
If we use * for both we would need to replace * DUP by *; DUP, also * FIX, *FLOAT etc.
I (DH) believe that my choice of substitutes more closely resembles the Flexowriter.
|×||x||see alongside||N.B. The letter x for multiply no longer needs to be lower case (but I think that lower case looks better)|
|≤||less than or equal|
|≥||greater than or equal|
|[||left square bracket|
|]||right square bracket|
|'||underlined left square bracket = opening quote|
|`||underlined right square bracket = closing quote|
|÷||divide see above|
|×||multiply see above|