<p>A small startup Software Developer Company needs to create a program that will calculate the pay of its employees. For the third version of the program, the company wants the program to accept an employee's name, the number of hours the employee worked, and the hourly pay rate. The program will then calculate the gross pay, display the employee's name, number of hours worked, pay rate, and gross pay, but also calculate and display the net pay of the person after taxes have been calculated and deducted. The user will then be able to continue calculating the pay for additional employees until the user decides to stop or until the maximum number of employees is reached. Create gross pay and net pay functions, and provide user input validation to check for a valid user name. Hours worked is between 0 and 80 hours, and the hourly wage is between $8.95 and $50. Provide a menu that will allow the user to select whether they want to calculate employee pay, display stored employee pay, or quit<br /><br />Read more: <a href="http://www.justanswer.com/questions/3eel5-a-small-startup-software-developer-company-needs-to-create#ixzz0lUmZ4IxW">http://www.justanswer.com/questions/3eel5-a-small-startup-software-developer-company-needs-to-create#ixzz0lUmZ4IxW</a></p>
Computer OS: Windows 7Browser: IEProgramming Language: Visual Logic
Pulling my hair out.
What is the deadline?
It's due at Midnight today Pacific Standard Time. I have the code I just need someone to help me turn it into a Visual Logic flow chart. An expert has already done this for someone else and I can get you the link if need be let me know please.
Post the link here.Please upload the file to http://wikisend.com and post download link here.
the rest of the steps are as follows. STEP 1: Create the Menu Create a menu module that provides the following options: Calculate Employee Pay Display Stored Employee Pay Quit STEP 2: Modify Calculate Pay Module When the user decides to calculate employee pay information, the program will read all the employee information (name, hours worked, pay rate) from a file called "WeeklyEmployeePay.dat" and store information in arrays created in last week's assignment. Once the data is read into arrays, the user will perform the calculations as before. Once all the employee pay information has been calculated, all the information (name, hours worked, pay rate, gross pay, net pay) will be stored to a called "WeeklyPayroll.dat" STEP 3: Modify Output Display When the user selects Display Stored Employee Pay information from the menu the program will open up the "WeeklyPayroll.dat" file and display each of the records and for each employee output the employee name, hourly rate, hours worked, gross pay, taxes deducted, and net pay. STEP 4: Quit Option When the Quit option is selected, before the program is terminated all files will be closed (if not already) and a friendly user message will be provided to the user. STEP 5: Desk Check Complete and document a desk check of all the algorithms, and modify the analysis and design to correct any errors.Read more: http://www.justanswer.com/questions/3eel5-a-small-startup-software-developer-company-needs-to-create#ixzz0lV05dPcW
This was done for another student by another expert, Rafael Martins. He posted the code and gave a link to download the files but it no longer works. This is excatly what I need.
It's due today at Midnight 12:00am Pacific Standard Time. I tried to get ahold of Rafael to just ask him where to download those files but I get no response. Do you have contact with other experts?
He is not online.I will make it ready for you.You need the pseudocode? Right?
No. I need the Visual logic file the .vls done. The Flowchart, the pseudocode is already posted here.
Everything I need done is in the above link. I also need the WeeklyEmployeePay.dat file also.
Please see Rafael's Example below.
This pseudocode was tough to be implemented in Visual Logic, but fortunately I was able to do it.You can download all files from http://www.box.net/shared/ytvntgogltThe program reads in data from the input file, WeeklyEmployeePay.dat:
That data within that file are in the following format:
In other words, each line of the text file contains one data from the employee:1st line - Employee name, within quotes.2nd line - Hours Worked 3rd line - Hourly PayThe sample file that I created for you contains data from 5 employees: Bob, Sam, Shelby, Alan and Isaac. That's the maximum number of employees that you'll can see data using this program; so, when testing the display output procedure, make sure to enter a number less than or equal to 5. That's a limitation of Visual Logic, it gives us no ways to check the EOF, so we have to implement FOR-LOOPs to read in data from file (we must specify a fixed number of times to read data from file).The output file is created when you pick the first menu option. It will ask you to confirm the read process. Don't answer 'Y' more than 5 times, because we only have 5 employees in the input file. This process will create the output file, WeeklyPayroll.dat:
Read more: http://www.justanswer.com/questions/35wsp-my-question-hello-rafael-you-said-it-only-took-you-aboyt-20#ixzz0lV7Hay8p
if you use different code from Rafael's code, then yes I will need it because I will need it in order to do my Desk Check.
So you can't do it?
I can butI have sent a message to Rafael and opting out for him. He is offline and will take this when comes online.LogicPro40287.0238976852
Ok thank you.
Yes he already has it done and it would be much easier if I could just get the completed files from him, instead of you having to do it all over again.
Hello there.Download your files from http://www.box.net/shared/ytvntgogltLet me know if you need anything else.Best regards,Rafael.
Desktop, Mobile and Web Developer. 7+ years of experience. Creative solutions provider.
When I run the .vls file it says it has been saved by mutliple author's, will I be ok to turn this into my professor?
HiThat happened because you're using a different .VLSig file when you run Visual Logic. The .VLSig file has your ID.So you must not submit my .VLS file to your professor. Instead you should create your own .VLS file based on my .VLS file. Use my .VLS file only as reference, ok?Rafael.