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(A normal c-program is a forced Harvard architecture on a
linux/microsoft/apple host machine with virtual memory. Once the
program runs, it cannot access the memory where the program resides
unless for fetching instructions. )
Albert van der Horst doesn't know what Harvard Architecture is either!
He also thinks that when a compiler separates code and data into different
sections of memory this is Harvard Architecture.
The idea that software somehow creates a "forced Harvard Architecture"
is hilarious! Harvard Architecture is a characteristic of the processor hardware.
In a Harvard Architecture processor (such as the MiniForth), code and data
each have their own address bus and data bus, so it is possible to access
data memory concurrently with fetching the next instruction of code.
Albert van der Horst has already publicly admitted to being a Wikipedia editor.
Normally Wikipedia editors use a pseudonym to hide their real identity
because it is such a shameful business to pretend to be experts and educators
on subjects that they know nothing about. On comp.lang.forth we have fake
experts such as Hans Bezemer and Albert van der Horst who really know
nothing about the subjects that they educate the world on, but they are either
too dumb to realize that they are disgracing themselves in public, or they
feel so proud of their political-correctness status on comp.lang.forth
that they get a thrill out of making a spectacle of their stupidity and getting away
without any criticism. John Passaniti was in this latter category.