You can invoke Gforth with an image file image instead of the
default `gforth.fi' with the
-i flag (see section Invoking Gforth):
gforth -i image
If your operating system supports starting scripts with a line of the
#! ..., you just have to type the image file name to start
Gforth with this image file (note that the file extension
just a convention). I.e., to run Gforth with the image file image,
you can just type image instead of
gforth -i image.
#!-- gforth ``hash-bang''
an alias for
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