A program in Visual Basic about the Federal Election Commission has isssued a request for proposal (REP) for a national electronic ballot. Your company is going to submit a proposal for consideration. Among the requirements listed in the RFP is a "proof concept"-a mini-version of the product you are proposing. Your boss calls you in and assigns you the task of producing the proof of concept. The requirments: 1. The ballot must access a list of registered voters identified by a social security number 2. Only those voters in the registered list may vote 3. Voters may only vote once 4. All voters may vote for president 5. Only MD voters may vote for MD governor 6. Only VA voters may vote for VA governor 7. Only DC voters can vote for DC governor 8. VA voter should identify whether they live in Fairfax or Loudoun County 9. If they live in Fairfax County they may vote "Yes" or "No" ont the following question: Should the County build a baseball stadium for the Montreal Expos? If they live in Loudoun County, they may vote "Yes" or "No" on the following question: Should the County build a new high school in Middleburg? No record shall be kept of how any particular voter voted. Voters need not vote for all or any candidate or question; however, reasonable data validation will advise a voter when they have failed to make a selection in any particular election. An election official may log into the voter program with a special id and password and end the election. When the election is ended, teh election may view all results
Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done. The forms in this project don't need to be too professional, this is an intro class Complete copyrights to all work purchased.
Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0