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Mecrisp-Stellaris Unofficial User Doc


Unofficial user documentation for the Mecrisp-Stellaris Forth programming language on ARM Cortex-M microprocessors. Includes a index, search function, projects, pictures and Youtube video links.

This Documentation is designed for Forth Beginners.


  • Completely interactive near realtime Forth
  • No compiling, downloading and flashing cycle during development
  • 19KB Forth binary image size, flashed once to the MCU
  • About 3 times slower than a non-interactive compiled C binary image


Developers, End Users/Desktop, Testers

User interface


Programming Language


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