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# Write a program to calculate hourly wages for which there are two choice given in the description.

For regular time(upto 40 hours) gross pay=rate*hours For over time gross pay=rate*40+1.5*rate*(hours-40);

25th Mar 2017, 7:55 PM
Tehreem
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your description breaks down what the program needs. put it together
25th Mar 2017, 9:16 PM
LordHill
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I won't do your homework for you, but thanks for the idea. Now I have a new Python program that tells me how much I make on any given week. This is what I did. maybe it will lead you to a solution to your problem running=1 while running: print("\n"*3) hours=int(input("Hours?" )) pay=28.71 gross=0 otpay=(pay/2)+pay othours=hours-40 straight=pay*(hours-othours) hours=hours-othours gross=hours*pay if othours>0: gross+=othours*otpay print("
quot;, end='') print("%.2f" % gross)
25th Mar 2017, 9:37 PM
LordHill
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I tried it myselfđ and after putting in some effort I was able to do it myself đŠâ #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main () { float rate,hours,gp; cout <<"Enter the rate:"<<endl; cin>>rate; cout <<"Enter the hours:"<<endl; cin>>hours; if (hours<=40) gp=rate*hours; else rate=rate*40+1.5*rate*(hours-40); cout <<"The gross pay is "<<gp <<endl; return 0; }
26th Mar 2017, 6:55 AM
Tehreem
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I knew ya could do it. good job!
26th Mar 2017, 11:59 AM
LordHill