It's not too important anymore, but occasionally somebody needs to know.
Here is a simple golf: Taking no user input, tell me if the computer on which the code is run is on a 64-bit operating system, or a 32-bit operating system!
If the code is run on a 32-bit operating system, print "32", if the code is run on a 64 bit operating system, output "64". Important: Print any other non-empty string of alphanumeric characters if it's neither 32 or 64 bit.
Please note that a 32 bit program running on a computer with a 64 bit operating system should output "64". You can assume that users will use 64 bit software whenever possible.
To be eligible for entry, your code must be able to run on
Windows 4.10 or newer Microsoft supported Windows systems, and at least one flavor of Linux of your choosing (so long as that flavor is gratis). Compatibility mods can be installed, so long as the program still returns the right value.
The usual code-golf rules apply.
Note: If your answer is only meant to print out 32 or 64, but not the alt case, I'll accept it, but it is not a competing answer.
I'll try and post some results of running these codes on different OSes later!