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calculation

salgalsalgal Posts: 3Member
I am attempting to write a calculation for javaScript.
The program prompts for the # of hours worked
also prompts for hourly pay.
< 40 is 1* hr rate
>40 and <50 is 1.5 hr rate
>50 <=60 2.0 hr rate
>60=2.5 hr rate

I can get the program to give me the hrs worked x pay rate but not figure out overtime. and then is should say
"you worked 50 hours at 10 dollars per hour therefore your weekly pay is 550 dollars."


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  • zibadianzibadian Posts: 6,349Member
    : I am attempting to write a calculation for javaScript.
    : The program prompts for the # of hours worked
    : also prompts for hourly pay.
    : < 40 is 1* hr rate
    : >40 and <50 is 1.5 hr rate
    : >50 <=60 2.0 hr rate
    : >60=2.5 hr rate
    :
    : I can get the program to give me the hrs worked x pay rate but not figure out overtime. and then is should say
    : "you worked 50 hours at 10 dollars per hour therefore your weekly pay is 550 dollars."
    :
    :
    :
    The simplest way is to conditionally sum the times together. First you calculate the amount of normal hours worked:
    [code]
    if (hours > 40) {
    pay = 40*hr_rate;
    } else {
    pay = hours*hr_rate;
    }
    if ((hours > 40) and (hours < 50)) {
    pay = pay + (hours-40)*hr_rate*1.5;
    } else {
    pay = pay + 10*hr_rate*1.5;
    }
    if ((hours > 50) and (hours < 60)) {
    pay = pay + (hours-50)*hr_rate*2;
    } else {
    pay = pay + 10*hr_rate*2;
    }
    etc.
    [/code]
    Obviously there are much cleaner ways of calculating this (functions, loops), but this should work just fine.
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