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Edit count of the user (user_editcount)
0
Name of the user account (user_name)
Aanastasiou
Age of the user account (user_age)
909
Page ID (page_id)
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Page namespace (page_namespace)
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Page title (without namespace) (page_title)
Super Stack!
Full page title (page_prefixedtitle)
Talk:Super Stack!
Action (action)
edit
Edit summary/reason (summary)
Minor note in an attempt to contact user Orange
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Not sure how to contact user Orange, it was suggested to leave a note in the discussion page: I was looking for a very simple stack based language to write a compiler for a "gadget" called [https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1897710270/digirule-2u-the-8-bit-programmable-binary-computer the Digirule] and Super Stack! seemed ideal. With very minor changes, the Super Stack! compiler can be found [https://github.com/aanastasiou/dgtools/blob/main/dgtools/dgsust.py here] and [https://dgtools.readthedocs.io/en/latest/superstack.html here] (part of a bigger "package" that includes an assembler) and online [https://www.dgrdo.org/sust/ here]. A series of "demos" based on Super Stack! but hinting more broadly to established computing techniques can be found [https://twitter.com/DgrdoO here]. Thank you for Super Stack! :) It has been fun.
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@@ -1,0 +1,1 @@ +Not sure how to contact user Orange, it was suggested to leave a note in the discussion page: I was looking for a very simple stack based language to write a compiler for a "gadget" called [https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1897710270/digirule-2u-the-8-bit-programmable-binary-computer the Digirule] and Super Stack! seemed ideal. With very minor changes, the Super Stack! compiler can be found [https://github.com/aanastasiou/dgtools/blob/main/dgtools/dgsust.py here] and [https://dgtools.readthedocs.io/en/latest/superstack.html here] (part of a bigger "package" that includes an assembler) and online [https://www.dgrdo.org/sust/ here]. A series of "demos" based on Super Stack! but hinting more broadly to established computing techniques can be found [https://twitter.com/DgrdoO here]. Thank you for Super Stack! :) It has been fun.
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Old page size (old_size)
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Not sure how to contact user Orange, it was suggested to leave a note in the discussion page: I was looking for a very simple stack based language to write a compiler for a "gadget" called [https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1897710270/digirule-2u-the-8-bit-programmable-binary-computer the Digirule] and Super Stack! seemed ideal. With very minor changes, the Super Stack! compiler can be found [https://github.com/aanastasiou/dgtools/blob/main/dgtools/dgsust.py here] and [https://dgtools.readthedocs.io/en/latest/superstack.html here] (part of a bigger "package" that includes an assembler) and online [https://www.dgrdo.org/sust/ here]. A series of "demos" based on Super Stack! but hinting more broadly to established computing techniques can be found [https://twitter.com/DgrdoO here]. Thank you for Super Stack! :) It has been fun.
Unix timestamp of change (timestamp)
1605916178