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## Features
OpenTally accepts data in the [BLT file format](https://yingtongli.me/git/OpenTally/about/docs/blt.md), and can count votes using:
OpenTally accepts data in the [BLT file format](https://yingtongli.me/git/OpenTally/about/docs/blt-fmt.md), and can count votes using:
* weighted inclusive Gregory STV (e.g. [Scottish STV](https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ssi/2011/399/schedule/1/made))
* unweighted inclusive Gregory STV (e.g. [Australian Senate STV](https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2020C00400/Html/Text#_Toc59107700))

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# CON file format
OpenTally accepts the specification of constraints in a nonstandard file format, referred to as a CON file. The CON format is inspired by the standard [BLT file format](blt.md) used for ballot data.
OpenTally accepts the specification of constraints in a nonstandard file format, referred to as a CON file. The CON format is inspired by the standard [BLT file format](blt-fmt.md) used for ballot data.
Suppose there are 7 candidates in the election. An example CON file is as follows:

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## Constraints (--constraints)
This file selector allows you to load a [CON file](https://yingtongli.me/git/OpenTally/about/docs/con.md) specifying constraints on the election. For example, if a certain minimum or maximum number of candidates can be elected from a particular category.
This file selector allows you to load a [CON file](https://yingtongli.me/git/OpenTally/about/docs/con-fmt.md) specifying constraints on the election. For example, if a certain minimum or maximum number of candidates can be elected from a particular category.
OpenTally applies constraints using the Grey–Fitzgerald method. Whenever a candidate is declared elected or excluded, any candidate who must be elected to secure a conformant result is deemed *guarded*, and any candidate who must not be elected to secure a conformant result is deemed *doomed*. Any candidate who is doomed is excluded at the next opportunity. Any candidate who is guarded is prevented from being excluded.

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# Quick start guide
Prepare a [BLT file](https://yingtongli.me/git/OpenTally/about/docs/blt.md) containing the ballot papers in the election. If you would just like to see a demonstration election, you can download a sample BLT file <a href="https://yingtongli.me/git/OpenTally/plain/tests/data/prsa1.blt" target="_blank">here</a>.
Prepare a [BLT file](https://yingtongli.me/git/OpenTally/about/docs/blt-fmt.md) containing the ballot papers in the election. If you would just like to see a demonstration election, you can download a sample BLT file <a href="https://yingtongli.me/git/OpenTally/plain/tests/data/prsa1.blt" target="_blank">here</a>.
Launch OpenTally at <a href="/opentally/stv/" target="_blank">https://yingtongli.me/opentally/stv/</a>.

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