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can anyone please help me answer this question.in a manufacturing company a program is required to produce every week the amounts of shift bonuses paid to employees in t6he workshop.these are to be displayed on the vdu screen.there are two shifts each day the Ashift and the B shift.curently, employees get paid an attendance bonus for each shift worked plus an additional bonus for every full hour worked after the first six hours per shift.the bonus rates for shiftB will not necessarily be the same as those for A shift.the required out putof both shifts bonuses should contain the week number at the top of the screen.one or more lines of the information for each worker containing-clockcard number,name,number of shifts attended in the week,hours attended in the week,bonus for attendance in the week,bonus for attitional hours in the week.endof report totals require are-the total attendance bonus for all workers and the total additionalhours bonus for all workers should also be shown.the input data should be entered from the vdu as follows-clockcard number,name of shift number of shifts worked in week,hours attended on each shift.eah set of input data will contain one weeks informationfor one employe.it can be assumed that employeeswill work either on the A shift or the B shift in one week.however,not all employees will work seven days a week.all employees are required to work min of six hours on each shift and cannot work more than twelve hours on any shift.the additional hours rates for both shifts should be tested for reasonbleness,between zero and ten pounds per hour.the attendance bonus rates for both shifts should be between zero and one hundred pounds.
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umm... what question? and 4 points doesn't buy you alot in the way of answers....
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my question got deleted so i will give the question again.in a manufacturing company a program is required to produce every week the amounts of shift bonuses paid to employees in the workshop.these are to be displeyed on the vdu.there are two shifts the A shift and the B shift.currently employees get paid an attendance bonus for each shift worked plus an addititional bonus for every full hour worked afrter the first six hours per shift.the bonus rates for the B shift will not be necessarily be the same as those for A shift.the required output of shift bonuses should contain:-the name of the output and the current date and week number at the top of the screen.one or more lines of informationfor each worker containing clockcard number(integer)name of worker(max 30 characters(string)number of shifts attended in the week,hours attended in the week,bonus for attendance in the week,bonus for additional in the week.end of report totals required are-the total attendance bonus for al workers and the total additional hurs bonus for all workers should also be shown.the number 9999 will be entered as the clockcard number to signify the end of the input data.each set of input data will contain one weeks information for one employee.it can be assumed that employees work either on the A shift or the Bshift only in one week.however,not all employees will work seven days.all employees are required to work the min of six hours on each shift and canot work more than twelve.the additional hous rates should be tested for reasonableness between zero and ten pounds.the attendance bonus rates for both shifts should be between zero and one hundred.
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YES MY QUESTION GOT DELETED I WOULD APPRECIATE IF YOU COULD VIEW PASCAL WAGES AGAIN BECAUSE I HAVE RESUBMITTED MY QUESTION.SORRY FOR THE HASSLE.

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