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VotingMachine i want to design a software for voting if u could help me with it. a typical scenario would be where few candidates are contesting for voting and people vote for their choice. plz help me

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    What programming laguage do you want to use? What would it be? An executeablt program run off a computer, run off a webpage etc?

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Software design is independent of the programming language or operating system or hardware (Per definition).

Once you have done a conceptual design (the first thing to do), you should be able to establish whether it is cost effective to "computerise" or "automate" your design.

Since your are talking about a few people (less than a few thousand perhaps), then go for a paper system. It does not necessarily mean that because it is electronic or computerized that it is better !

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