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Posted on 2001-06-18
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I hav been trying to do this all nite, The program itself runs ok, But when i enter  the over time hours it does not give me an amount. it returns 0.00.
What have i done wrong towars the end of this program as it is only the overtime pay bit that doesnt work.
#include <stdio.h>

void main()
{
  float hours,pounds,amount;    
     
     printf("\n Please enter the amount of standard hours you worked ");
     scanf("%f", &hours);
     
     printf("\n Enter Hourly rate ");
      scanf("%f", &pounds);    
           
     amount = (float)hours*(float)pounds;
      printf("\n Wages for week excluding Over time %.2f pounds \n");
     
{
 float ovrtimrat;
      ovrtimrat = (float)1.25*(float)pounds;
      printf("\n Over time Rate is %.2f pounds \n");
     
{
  float ovmony,hoursa,ovrtimrat;
      printf("\n Enter hours of overtime worked ");
      scanf("%f", &hoursa);
 
     ovmony = (float)ovrtimrat*(float)hoursa;          
      printf("\n Overtime pay is %.2f pounds");

}
}
}

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Question by:pnorris98
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The printf lines where you're attempting to print out a calculated amount, must have a relevant variable passed in:


     printf("\n Wages for week excluding Over time %.2f pounds \n",amount);
   
     printf("\n Over time Rate is %.2f pounds \n",ovrtimrat);
     
     printf("\n Overtime pay is %.2f pounds",ovmony);

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#include <stdio.h>

void main()
{                                                                              
    float hours,pounds,amount;                                                  
    printf("\n Please enter the amount of standard hours you worked ");        
    scanf("%f", &hours);                                                        
    printf("\n Enter Hourly rate ");                                            
    scanf("%f", &pounds);                                                      
    amount = (float)hours*(float)pounds;                                        
    printf("\n Wages for week excluding Over time %.2f pounds \n", amount);    
                                                                               
    {                                                                          
        float ovrtimrat;                                                        
        ovrtimrat = (float)1.25*(float)pounds;                                  
        printf("\n Over time Rate is %.2f pounds \n", ovrtimrat);              
                                                                               
        {                                                                      
            float ovmony,hoursa;                                                
            printf("\n Enter hours of overtime worked ");                      
            scanf("%f", &hoursa);                                              
            ovmony = (float)ovrtimrat*(float)hoursa;                            
            printf("\n Overtime pay is %.2f pounds\n", ovmony);                
        }                                                                      
    }                                                                          
}                                                                              
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Did that answer the question pnorris? If so, it is now time to grade the answer.
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by:pnorris98
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dam,
Hey Im sorry guys I sooooo forgot about this.
I need to take more care with my questions,

Sorry again guys
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