If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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In the past I mainly developed for Windows as I worked on custom software and all the customers were Windows based - even the embedded SW for the automatic inspection machines was actually running Windows, and it was "real time"!
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Only 3 people who answered "Other" are missing it so far
Besides, isn't Android and iOS development done on Windows, Mac or Linux?
The question is ON which OS, not FOR which OS...
Although, with that logic, any embedded OS probably doesn't make much sense either
The question is ON, the description is FOR...
The big fat question is literally: "On which operating systems are you developing code?"
The small letters beneath it says "What OS can your creations operate on?"
BSD Unix (e.g. NetBSD, FreeBSD etc) 0
DOS or related (MS DOS, PC-DOS, DR-DOS...) 1
Linux (Fedora, Ubuntu, etc) 2
Unix (inc. Solaris, AIX, AP-UX etc) 1
Any embedded OS 1
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