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I need your opinion

Postby phenix37 » Mon Mar 10, 2008 8:27 am

Hello, everybody!
I need your opinion.
I try to create a program to encode the outcome of a sporting event.
It is a bicycle race, which takes place for 24 hours.
I wonder how to create encoding the number of turns made by competitors.
There are 3 control points along the tour.
Every hour, I received a record number of manual tour conducted by each rider
Finally, I added up the number of turns made by each.
How do you see the database?
Thanks for your help.
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Re: I need your opinion

Postby dpayer » Mon Mar 10, 2008 9:03 am

Geo wrote:It is a bicycle race, which takes place for 24 hours.
I wonder how to create encoding the number of turns made by competitors.
There are 3 control points along the tour.
Every hour, I received a record number of manual tour conducted by each rider
Finally, I added up the number of turns made by each.
How do you see the database?
Thanks for your help.


Number of turns? Turns of individuals or actual turning left and right by the bicycle? Manual tour? tour=turn?

What is the final goal of your project?

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Re: I need your opinion

Postby phenix37 » Mon Mar 10, 2008 10:31 am

dpayer wrote:Number of turns? Turns of individuals or actual turning left and right by the bicycle? Manual tour? tour=turn?
What is the final goal of your project?
David P

-Whit google --
My impression is that the translation of google is not very good.
The race consists of a loop.
The goal of the program is to calculate the number of times the runner passes in front of the controls.
- With my poor english --
It's a competition whit one track of 2,2 kilometres.
Along the track, there 3 checks point.
The work is count how many number of runner is seen by check point.
I am more comprehensible?
Thanks
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