Program to create a query from database, C/C++ Programming

Implement (a part of) electronic election Scenario where following political parties are participating in election: PPP, PML and PTI.  Create a class PollingStation where it stores the vote's count, against each party, cast by the company legal registered voters.  Your program must query the voter for its ID card number before he/she cast the vote and check it against voter list. (Suppose voter list is already with you). If voter is not found in the voter's list, your program throws the exception IllegalVoter() and discard that voter. The Application again starts working in normal state and terminates only when user wants to quit it. At the end of the day (or whenever user wants) it generates report about the vote count against each party including header that contains date, day and location.

 

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