No sure why I'm bothering to answer this nonsense but here we go:
ok im confused, so you are telling me that 8 million piss were bought this crap for learning coding and programming with a platform slower than death itself
Yes, you are confused. At the time the first Pi was launched similar ARM boards were more like 200 dollars. I had just then been searching around for such things.
Yes, the Pi was and is a cheap platform for learning plus it has features that encourage this that a PC does not. GPIO, SPI, PWM, UART etc.
... you know that most people have single core pcs in their houses for exactly the same experiments...
Yep, perhaps a lot do. Then again a lot do not. Used to be one family PC that kids were not allowed to start hacking software and hardware on because busting it was too expensive. Besides they are big hulking ugly boxes that don't fit where we want them.
...my old pc is more compatible in every category than this crap. it can actualy run popcorn time 32bit!! can you imagine that?? no kodi no plex no popcorn time plugin etc
Like I said, you don't want a computer for programming, you want a TV. Fair enough, get a TV.
..so tell me how much more for a cpu 32bit instead of this ARM crap?? my problem was that this arm architecture is incompatible with everything!! and i mean everything!!! how mush your boss paid these guys to tell suck BS i wonder!!!
Odd you should say that. The ARM architecture is used by billions of embedded devices, large and small, all over the planet. That's before we start talking about phones, TVs etc.
Do try to keep up with reality.
...man you ve got issues..
Given the illiterate, nonsensical, vulgar, rant that was your opening post I would suggest you review that statement.
... i didnt bought the pi for coding i bought it for my tv ...
As I suspected. You bought a microscope when you wanted a TV. Now you blame the microscope for not being a TV.
Memory in C++ is a leaky abstraction .