Java runs on 4 billion devices for more then 10 years now.

  • 9
    There analytics system must have broken 10 years ago
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  • 12
    Did you mean "crawls on 4 billion machines"?
  • 1
    Perhaps they used two arrays, each device being indexed as an element of these said arrays.
    (In Java, the maximum amount of indices an array can have is around 2 billion)
  • 6
    Every time you install, it uninstalls from another device.

    Every time you uninstall, it installs on another device. Simple.
  • 0
    More like walks, cause it's so fucking slow 😋 jokes
  • 6
    i had to try to re-install it today

    it said 3billion

    let that number go down
  • 3
    You scared me that it gained 1 billion but no its still 3 billion
  • 0
    Ni🅱🅱a, I just spent my time recommending some channels on your rant, only to tap "Post" and see that it's gone 😒

    Ted-ED is usually good. Not very lengthy but overall their videos are great quality. Also, Numberphile (actually all the *phile channels like Computerphile etc) and the PBS channels like PBS Infinite Series.
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