Complete Guide to Handloading by Philip Sharpe

By Philip Sharpe

Large if dated details and representation on reloading, ballistics and different technical facts. nonetheless appropriate and likewise a enjoyable e-book to seem via if you're keen on firearms or you've ever messed with handloading / reloading earlier than.

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5. It looks up average in the current dictionary stack, finds it to be associated with the procedure {add 2 div}, and executes that procedure. In this case, execution of the array object consists of executing the elements of the array—the objects add, 2, and div—in sequence. This has the same effect as executing those objects directly. 0. Why did the interpreter treat the procedure as data in the first line of the example but execute it in the second, despite the procedure having the executable attribute in both cases?

2, “Syntax,” some tokens produce literal objects and some produce executable ones. • Integer, real, and string constants are always literal objects. • Names are literal if they are preceded by / and executable if they are not. • The [ and ] operators, when executed, produce a literal array object with the enclosed objects as elements. Likewise, << and >> (LanguageLevel 2) produce a literal dictionary object. • { and } enclose an executable array or procedure. Note: As mentioned above, it does not matter whether an object is literal or executable when it is accessed as data, only when it is executed.

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