# Answer to Question #351022 in C++ for matilda

Question #351022

Prompt the user to enter the number of employee wages to be calculated. The program will end when the data for all the employees has been entered.

For each employee, indicate if the employee is salaried or paid hourly

- If the employee is salaried, enter the annual salary. The gross for that employee will be determined by dividing the annual salary by 24. Add the result to the total salaried wage.

-If the employee is paid hourly, enter hours worked (40 ≥ hours ≥ 0) and rate per hour. The gross for that employee is determined by multiplying hours worked by rate per hour. Add the result to the total hourly wages.

-After performing the calculations for each employee, display the total wages for salaried employees, total wages for hourly employees, and total gross wages.

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2022-06-17T13:56:36-0400
#include <iostream>
#include <vector>
#include <iomanip>

class employee {
public:
bool salaried;
float annual, hours, rate;
void adddToWages(float& s, float& h, float& g) {
if (!salaried) {
s += annual / (float)24;
g += annual / (float)24;
} else {
h += hours * rate;
g += hours * rate;
}
}
};

int main() {
float totalSalariedWage = 0;
float totalHourlyWage = 0;
float totalGrossWage = 0;
std::vector<employee> company;

for (int i = 0; i < company.size(); i++) {
}

if ((int)totalSalariedWage % 1 != 0 || (int)totalHourlyWage % 1 != 0 || (int)totalGrossWage % 1 != 0) {
std::cout << std::fixed;
std::cout << std::setprecision(2);
}

std::cout << "\nTotal wages for salaried employees: " << totalSalariedWage << "\n";
std::cout << "Total wages for hourly employees: " << totalHourlyWage << "\n";
std::cout << "Total gross wages: " << totalGrossWage << std::endl;
return 0;
}

int more = 0;
do {
employee employee{};
std::cout << "The employee is salaried or paid hourly? (0 - Salaried, 1 - Paid hourly) ";
std::cin >> employee.salaried;
if (!employee.salaried) {
std::cout << "Enter annual salary: ";
std::cin >> employee.annual;
} else {
std::cout << "Enter hours worked: ";
std::cin >> employee.hours;
if (employee.hours < 0 || employee.hours > 40) {
std::cout << "Hours could be wrong! Re-enter please: ";
std::cin >> employee.hours;
}
std::cout << "Enter rate per hour: ";
std::cin >> employee.rate;
}
company.push_back(employee);
std::cout << "Do you want add one more employee? (0 - No, 1 - Yes) ";
std::cin >> more;
} while (more == 1);
return 0;
}

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