( char "<chars>ccc<char>"
Skip leading delimiters. Parse characters ccc
. An ambiguous condition exists if the length of
the parsed string is greater than the implementation-defined
length of a counted string.
is the address of a transient region containing
the parsed word as a counted string. If the parse area was
empty or contained no characters other than the delimiter, the
resulting string has a zero length.
A program may replace characters within the string.
Typical use: char WORD ccc<char>