LOAD a screen of Forth code. LOAD is only applicable to the BLOCK or SCREEN environment; this word is not available in the standard JForth system...the source file JU:BLOCK must be compiled in ASCII-file format to gain access to LOAD. LOAD causes interpretation to be redirected to the specified SCREEN of the file being pointed to by the user-variable SCR-FILE. LOADing will continue to the next SCREEN of the file if the operator -- is encountered during interpretation of the current SCREEN. Otherwize, LOAD will return when the end of the current SCREEN is reached, at which time interpretation will continue from wherever the LOAD command was invoked. Standards: '83 Related Words: BLK IN LIMIT BLOCK FIRST
To syntax-check and record the dependencies and command-line options of an Ada source file in order to enable subsequent compilation operations. Source files can be load ed in any order, creating pending unit s in the sublibrary. A subsequent update operation on the sublibrary then compiles the units in the correct order.
To load a Prolog clause or set of clauses, in source or binary form, from a file or set of files.