Is this true?
I guarantee you it's more.
3b is low balling it, I'd say closer to 5b by now
That popup has said 3b for over 10 years now, I wouldn't be surprised if it's double
Literally the world runs on Java regardless of what naysayers believe
that's pre-vaxx numbers
This. The vaccinated aren't human anymore. They're genetically modified freaks with a JVM in them.
So if someone injections enough vaccines he can transcend human boundaries and become the uber-pajeet?
If a pajeet turns super, does he get white? Or at least lighter, like the brahmins?
run once, write everywhere
>the java platform
Basically they also claim Kotlin, Scala, Closure and other languages that use JVM, not Java 18.
>depends on java
>breaks if not implemented with java
>"i-it is not java because i said so"
I wonder what JVM stands for
Mobile was always javaland. Apple is actually responsible for decreasing the amount of end user mobile devices that run it.
Maybe. The fact is, Java really runs everywhere. Enterprise systems, Android, cars, smart cards, a lot of embedded devices, etc.
there are retards using java with embedded linux
what about java i2p on a server
Even if Java can be compiled in machine code, it abuses dynamic memory allocation, which is a big taboo in embedded system development
>which is a big taboo in embedded system development
Depends on the application being developed. You know there's more than one kind of embedded aplication and more than one kind of hardware to run embedded applications, right.
Yes but most embedded programmers will tell that dynamic memory allocation should be treated as a luxury, which Java does not.
AFAIK java card uses a subset of the JVM that doesn't even support strings or inheritance.
JavaCard is an extra weird thing which stores anything more complex than a primitive in flash storage
sim cards run java
probably much more since most android phones run java.
Sure it's true. 3 billion DVD players, knock off iphones, car entertainment consoles, and more from the mid to late 2000s
Ohh that explains why they all felt like shit and lagged so much.
Smartcards, Bluray players, Symbian phones...
I mean just old Nokia phones alone would've pushed it well past 3 billion units
There's a better than even chance your thermostat runs java if it was designed in the last 20 years.
Wow! The same number that ran through OP's mom!
My phone runs java
My chrome tv runs it
My blu ray player runs it
My smartwatch runs it
There must be at least one java device per person in this planet. Even more now. This ad is decade old.
There are retards out there that pick .Net ecosystem over Java for a career LMAO.
Java and specially the JVM will never die, it's already cemented deep down
You can spend the rest of your life as a Java developer if you really want
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