Codetown ::: a software developer's community
The code that I wrote at last night's meeting is posted at http://github.com/ericlavigne/instant-runoff
I have not yet figured out how to post the video online, as it weighs in at 3.5GB.
It's good to see that some others have submitted solutions. Looks like Michael's solution is a bit ahead of mine as it can read votes in from a file. And of course Dan's is way ahead since it has been used for real elections.
wait, really? where can I find Dan's entry?
it is a large project that is not portable. This is why i was not trying to enter it. I could take snippets of code or screenshots and post it for people to look at. time permitting at our next meeting i will demo it.
During your presentation I wasn't fully following your logic as I don't deal with Clojure, Lisp or functional programming much. But now after looking at your code I see pretty much followed your line of attack, when I wrote it I thought I was taking a different approach.