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am doing a project on automatic license plate recognition system, i do not know how to code so am asking if some one can help me and send the complete code of such a system. thank you
Posted 3-May-13 23:25pm
Edited 4-May-13 2:36am
Ian A Davidson 4-May-13 4:27am
Short answer. No.
Joel Namunane 4-May-13 4:32am
why not, am real in need of it
Ian A Davidson 4-May-13 4:39am
Number one reason I think is because you are asking for free code of something that could have taken someone months to develop. If there's not a project group online for this somewhere who are offering it for free, then you have two options: 1) develop it yourself, or 2) find out what company has developed such software and buy it from them.
People are entitled to be paid for the work they do - "The worker is worthy of his wages."
aspnet_regiis -I 4-May-13 7:48am
I am in real need of 10000 dollars..Can you send it ?
ThePhantomUpvoter 4-May-13 8:13am
"am doing a project", not exactly. You are begging for someone else to do your project for you.
aspnet_regiis -I 4-May-13 14:48pm
Philippe Mori 4-May-13 21:02pm
Also often when something is free, you cannot use it in commercial software so you have to ensure that you can comply with the license agreement.

As this is quite complex, even if it would exist, you would probably have to know how to code... and if fact even have a lot of experience as you might have to optimize settings for your case. It also means that you typically need need to very good in mathematics...
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Solution 1

It doesn't quite work like that.
We do not do your work for you.
If you want someone to write your code, you have to pay - I suggest you go to and ask there.

But be aware: you get what you pay for. Pay peanuts, get monkeys
SoMad 4-May-13 5:08am
And if you pay monkey nuts[^]? :)

Soren Madsen
OriginalGriff 4-May-13 5:43am
You get monkey footballers?
SoMad 4-May-13 5:50am
Nuts!! Sorry, I just realized my mistake and corrected it.

Soren Madsen
OriginalGriff 4-May-13 5:55am
Espen Harlinn 4-May-13 8:53am
Lovely :-D
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Solution 2

am doing a project on automatic license plate recognition system
i do not know how to code

  1. Learn how to code.
  2. Do the project.

It is just a matter of rearranging tasks, after all.
Espen Harlinn 4-May-13 8:55am
>> 1.Learn how to code
Usually takes a wee bit of time, 10 years or so ...
CPallini 4-May-13 9:10am
I strongly disagree: it took 30 years or so to me (and I'm still very bad at it).
Espen Harlinn 4-May-13 9:20am
>> I'm still very bad at it
If you are, you've fooled most of us ;)
Mohibur Rashid 4-May-13 9:58am
specially me :)

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