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For LogicPro Hello, I have two programming problems, using

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Hello, I have two programming problems, using psuedocode, one of which you have already answered for another customer, (Eversoft Eraser Company) and the other is for an object-oriented program. The questions will not fit, so I will wait for your response to specify.
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Here is the link for the answered question:


Here is the other problem:


Write a program that inputs (from the user) the number of hours worked and hourly pay rate for employees and outputs their total pay. The program should process an arbitrary number of employees; the user will terminate input by entering 0 for hours worked and pay rate. Use a class called ‘Worker’ with

  • Attributes: Hours, Rate, Total

  • Methods: ComputeTotal() and access methods (SetHours(), GetHours(), SetRate(), SetTotal(), and GetTotal()) for each of the attributes.

Download answer #1 from here The Eversoft Eraser Company.docx

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Download answer #2 from here Pseudocode Worker Class.docx

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Okay, I'm looking it over, and just for clarification, "Return" is a command for the submodule to end and return to the main module, correct?


My textbook uses "End Subprogram."


Other than that, the object-oriented program problem is great, thank you so much!


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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Awesome! And thanks again, you're amazing. ^_^

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

For sure, and I will definitely be back for more help. Do you offer any type of tutoring outside of this site?

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