## due Friday Jan 19

In SmallTown, USA, there is fierce competition among the voting stations to see who has the best turnout for big elections. Write a program that asks the user how many voting stations there are, then prompts for and reads in the number of votes cast at each station. The stations should be numbered starting at 1. Then do the following:
• Compute and print the number of votes cast at the odd-numbered stations.
• Compute and print the number of votes cast at the even-numbered stations.
• Print a message indicating whether the even or odd stations had the best turnout.
• Ask the user for two station numbers and print the total number of votes cast at those two stations and all stations in between. If the first station number is greater than the second one, the result should just be 0 votes. Allow the user to repeat this as often as they wish.

A run of your program might look like this:

```How many polling stations are there?
6
Enter votes for station 1: 10
Enter votes for station 2: 9
Enter votes for station 3: 15
Enter votes for station 4: 13
Enter votes for station 5: 22
Enter votes for station 6: 18

Sum of even stations: 40
Sum of odd stations: 47
Odd beats even!

** Totaling ranges of stations **
Enter first station number: 1
Enter second station number: 4
Sum for stations 1 to 4 is 47
Keep going? (y/n)
y

Enter first station number: 4
Enter second station number: 5
Sum for stations 4 to 5 is 35
Keep going? (y/n)
y

Enter first station number: 3
Enter second station number: 2
Sum for stations 3 to 2 is 0
Keep going? (y/n)
n

Bye!
```

Be sure to document your program appropriately.