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Thread: Calculate total earning of a worker

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    Default Calculate total earning of a worker

    I did this practice work on my own.
    CALCULATE THE TOTAL EARNING OF A WORKER.
    Total earning of a worker
    Total earning;
    {
    public static void main(string)[] args) {
    // Total Amount
    Int Housing allowance (HA) {Housing allowance=HA;}
    Int Basic salary (BS) {Basic salary =BS;}
    Int Feeding allowance {Feeding allowance =FA;}
    Int Transport allowance {Transport allowance=TA;}
    Int Miscellaneous allowance {Miscallaneous allowance=MA;}

    // Adding total earning

    system.out.println ("Adding");
    system.out.pintln ("HA+BS+FA+TA+MA = "+(HA+BS+FA+TA+MA));

    }
    }


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    Default Re: Calculate total earning of a worker

    What is your question you need help with?

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    Default Re: Calculate total earning of a worker

    i want to confirm if it is correct .
    thanks

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    Default Re: Calculate total earning of a worker

    Does it work for you?
    And also highlight the code with the [code=java] tags next time.

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    Default Re: Calculate total earning of a worker

    I asume you have an program where you write the code with, like eclipse.
    If you run the code and it works without errors it will be good for every computer with that system. (like if you use Windows it is good for Windows computers, most of the times all programs will work of diffrent systems. It only matter when you call the terminal. But that is more advanced.)

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    Default Re: Calculate total earning of a worker

    Quote Originally Posted by Shalom View Post
    i want to confirm if it is correct .
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    What happens when you try to compile it?

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