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Hi, I'm currently doing Computer Science A-Level and I will need to start my NEA programming project soon. I have no idea, it needs to be complicated enough and not too trivial. I want to do something finance-related, does anyone have any ideas on what I could do?
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maybe do some kind of business model type thing or like a game to teach teens about finances. If you did a game, you could use databases to store usernames, passwords, questions etc.
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Booking for a local minicab company (calculate fairs based on distance, time, type of car hired, etc)
Car hire (cars available, type of car, charges, invoices, lock the rented cars)
Window cleaning order book system – pricing based on number of windows times the area, with a coefficient for high rise cleaning, time taken, equipment, safety rules
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