Name every system that used C/C++!

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    Name every system that used C/C++!

    I always wondered on what the complete list is. I highly doubt there is one though I'm talking about devices, game consoles, computer systems, etc. We can try here and see how far we get. Sounds weird? Great! I couldn't find anything on google.

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    Do you mean, list all of the hardware platforms which have had a C compiler ported to them?

    A good place to start would be looking at the list of platforms GCC has been ported to. It's a "global phenomenon", after all.

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    I'll have to check that out.

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    When you say ported to, do you mean which platforms it can be run on or generate code for? I'm sure its safe to say that every platform capable of running it probably has it.

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    Moving this to General Discussion since it has to do with a list of software rather than C and C++ programming itself.
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    No thanks, I'd rather try and come up with a theory of everything.
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    Kinda a silly question. How about a list of all plants and animals that have used oxygen! Omgz coolzez!

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