[ mona / prog / sol ]
A C Operating system includes a C Processing Unit(secretly a stolen LISP machine surplus part modified to interpret C opcodes) with a basket of live lambdas connected to give lifeforce to unholy void pointer table where functions are created and destroyed in a cycle of Garbage Collection(hidden by epithets such as Cache Eviction). The machine weights 30 tons and is requiring 200 Amp current cables to operate. Only authorized Intel mainframe programmers who have advanced to the rank of Cee Grandmaster can be eligible for about 3 hours of computing time per week. Distribution of C operating system is subject to USA DoD export restrictions, as it appear to be a powerful artifact able of containing Spirits of Computation(not included with the purchase).