>redditors just keep /threading their own posts
devices don't use C. source code is written in C, then compiled into a binary and stored on the device. you will not find C in your electronic devices.
When I opened up my iPhone,
I did not find a C,
Hi Tom. That bee is just so incredibly cute. Ok it's settled. I've gone over your proposal to release Africanized honeybees inside all of Jefferton's public buildings, and love it. When can you begin work on this project?
The image-question is almost certainly referring to the C language, but I have to point out that computer devices don't "use" any language. They execute sequences of logic operations that results from some higher-level of abstraction such as a compiler or assembler.
I bet /g/ can't even triforce or count to 10.
do you like even understand the concept of source code and compiling and layers of abstractions. if the human writes it in c, then the device uses c. source code exists for humans to use.
>if the human writes it in c, then the device uses c.
so by extension of this, all electronic devices use rice and water because the humans that built the device run on rice and water.
>Bait topic with bait replys/answers.
Let the shit storm commence.