Java Assignment “CalculatePay” Coding

1. Using a switch statement: [2 points]

  • If the employee type is P or p, then display “Part- time employee” on the screen
  • If the employee type is F or f, then display “Full-time employee” on the screen
  • If the employee type is T or t, then display “Temporary employee” on the screen
  • If the employee is none of the above, then display “Invalid employee type” on the screen

2. Using an single individual distinct if statement (not a nested if):  [1 point]

  • If the employee makes $50 an hour or more, and is also a full-time employee, print out to the screen “You must be a Java programmer!”

3. Using a single if-else-if statement:  [2 points]

  • If the employee type is part-time, and the hours worked is 35 hours or more, then print out to the screen “You worked like a Full-time employee”
  • If the employee type is full-time, and the hours worked is less than 25, then print out to the screen “Are you sure you’re not a part-time employee?”
  • Else print out to the screen “Have a nice day!”

4. Using a while loop structure: [2 points]

  • If the total hours worked is less than 0 or greater than 280, then print out “That’s not possible, please try again!” to the screen. Prompt the user to enter the total hours again (inside the loop)
  • Allow up to 3 total invalid attempts for the user to enter the correct number of hours. After the 3rd attempt, print out “You are Fired!” and exit the program (or start program over)

5. Using a do-while loop structure: [2 points]

  • After the program completes, ask the user “Do you want to start the program over again? (Enter Yes or No)”.
  • If the user enters “Yes” as a String literal (in any case meaning they can enter Yes, yes, yeS, yEs, YES, or YEs and it should still work), then the program should start over again from the beginning

6. Write very good comments above all of the 5 parts above, and also a block style comment at the very top of your program with your name in it.  [1 point]

1. Using a switch statement: [2 points]

  • If the employee type is P or p, then display “Part- time employee” on the screen
  • If the employee type is F or f, then display “Full-time employee” on the screen
  • If the employee type is T or t, then display “Temporary employee” on the screen
  • If the employee is none of the above, then display “Invalid employee type” on the screen

2. Using an single individual distinct if statement (not a nested if):  [1 point]

  • If the employee makes $50 an hour or more, and is also a full-time employee, print out to the screen “You must be a Java programmer!”

3. Using a single if-else-if statement:  [2 points]

  • If the employee type is part-time, and the hours worked is 35 hours or more, then print out to the screen “You worked like a Full-time employee”
  • If the employee type is full-time, and the hours worked is less than 25, then print out to the screen “Are you sure you’re not a part-time employee?”
  • Else print out to the screen “Have a nice day!”

4. Using a while loop structure: [2 points]

  • If the total hours worked is less than 0 or greater than 280, then print out “That’s not possible, please try again!” to the screen. Prompt the user to enter the total hours again (inside the loop)
  • Allow up to 3 total invalid attempts for the user to enter the correct number of hours. After the 3rd attempt, print out “You are Fired!” and exit the program (or start program over)

5. Using a do-while loop structure: [2 points]

  • After the program completes, ask the user “Do you want to start the program over again? (Enter Yes or No)”.
  • If the user enters “Yes” as a String literal (in any case meaning they can enter Yes, yes, yeS, yEs, YES, or YEs and it should still work), then the program should start over again from the beginning

6. Write very good comments above all of the 5 parts above, and also a block style comment at the very top of your program with your name in it.  [1 point]

1. Using a switch statement: [2 points]

  • If the employee type is P or p, then display “Part- time employee” on the screen
  • If the employee type is F or f, then display “Full-time employee” on the screen
  • If the employee type is T or t, then display “Temporary employee” on the screen
  • If the employee is none of the above, then display “Invalid employee type” on the screen

2. Using an single individual distinct if statement (not a nested if):  [1 point]

  • If the employee makes $50 an hour or more, and is also a full-time employee, print out to the screen “You must be a Java programmer!”

3. Using a single if-else-if statement:  [2 points]

  • If the employee type is part-time, and the hours worked is 35 hours or more, then print out to the screen “You worked like a Full-time employee”
  • If the employee type is full-time, and the hours worked is less than 25, then print out to the screen “Are you sure you’re not a part-time employee?”
  • Else print out to the screen “Have a nice day!”

4. Using a while loop structure: [2 points]

  • If the total hours worked is less than 0 or greater than 280, then print out “That’s not possible, please try again!” to the screen. Prompt the user to enter the total hours again (inside the loop)
  • Allow up to 3 total invalid attempts for the user to enter the correct number of hours. After the 3rd attempt, print out “You are Fired!” and exit the program (or start program over)

5. Using a do-while loop structure: [2 points]

  • After the program completes, ask the user “Do you want to start the program over again? (Enter Yes or No)”.
  • If the user enters “Yes” as a String literal (in any case meaning they can enter Yes, yes, yeS, yEs, YES, or YEs and it should still work), then the program should start over again from the beginning

6. Write very good comments above all of the 5 parts above, and also a block style comment at the very top of your program with your name in it.  [1 point]

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