Question #47368

Write a complete program that computes and print the final salary of an employee.

First of all the program should ask the employee to enter his basic salary (please enter your basic salary)

The user then should be asked if he married or not . ( are you married? )

If the user is married, you should ask him if he has kids or not. ( do you have kids?)

If the user has kids you should ask him how many kids he/she has. ( how many kids do you have?)

If the user basic salary is lower than 200 JD the tax percentage is 0.01 on his basic salary

If the user basic salary is between 200 and 500 JD the tax percentage is 0.02 on his basic salary

If the basic salary is more than 500 JD the tax percentage is 0.03 on his basic salary

NOTE:

If the user is single he will not get any bonus to his salary

If the user is married he will get 50 JD bonus on his salary

If the user has kids he will have 20 JD bonus for each child he/she has

First of all the program should ask the employee to enter his basic salary (please enter your basic salary)

The user then should be asked if he married or not . ( are you married? )

If the user is married, you should ask him if he has kids or not. ( do you have kids?)

If the user has kids you should ask him how many kids he/she has. ( how many kids do you have?)

If the user basic salary is lower than 200 JD the tax percentage is 0.01 on his basic salary

If the user basic salary is between 200 and 500 JD the tax percentage is 0.02 on his basic salary

If the basic salary is more than 500 JD the tax percentage is 0.03 on his basic salary

NOTE:

If the user is single he will not get any bonus to his salary

If the user is married he will get 50 JD bonus on his salary

If the user has kids he will have 20 JD bonus for each child he/she has

Expert's answer

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

int main() {

float salary;

int kid_cnt;

bool married = false, kids = false;

cout << "Please enter your basic salary: ";

cin >> salary;

cout << "Are you married?(y/n) ";

char ch;

cin >> ch;

if (ch == 'y') {

married = true;

cout << "Do you have kids?(y/n) ";

cin >> ch;

if (ch == 'y') {

kids = true;

cout << "How many kids do you have? ";

cin >> kid_cnt;

}

}

if (salary < 200) salary -= 0.01 * salary;

else if (salary <= 500) salary -= 0.02 * salary;

else salary -= 0.03 * salary;

if (married) salary += 50;

if (kids) salary += kid_cnt * 20;

cout << "Final salary is " << salary << endl;

}

using namespace std;

int main() {

float salary;

int kid_cnt;

bool married = false, kids = false;

cout << "Please enter your basic salary: ";

cin >> salary;

cout << "Are you married?(y/n) ";

char ch;

cin >> ch;

if (ch == 'y') {

married = true;

cout << "Do you have kids?(y/n) ";

cin >> ch;

if (ch == 'y') {

kids = true;

cout << "How many kids do you have? ";

cin >> kid_cnt;

}

}

if (salary < 200) salary -= 0.01 * salary;

else if (salary <= 500) salary -= 0.02 * salary;

else salary -= 0.03 * salary;

if (married) salary += 50;

if (kids) salary += kid_cnt * 20;

cout << "Final salary is " << salary << endl;

}

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