Re: one more try on C programming help

  • From: "John Miller" <n1umj@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2007 17:31:36 -0400

OK, I got rid of 8 more errors, something stupid I was missing but the errors didn't say anything that led me right I just stumbled in to it. The rest though I'm completely lost on. ----- Original Message ----- From: "John Miller" <n1umj@xxxxxxxxxxx>

To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2007 5:22 PM
Subject: one more try on C programming help

OK, I've worked on this, changed it some and get nowhere. Yes, I did try to compile it and out of 29 errors, I was able to make sense out of 1, which fixed 4 of them but the rest are absolutely no good to me what so ever. I'm sick of looking at it, and for this week's assignment this has to be 100%. I know if I stick with it alone, that will never happen so if Anyone can offer anything on this constructive I would really appreciate it. I'm getting nowhere. If I see 1 more error telling me I'm missing something that's actually there, there will be no more computer to do this on after I'm done with the hammer.

(start code)
#include <stdio.h>

/* function prototypes */

void initData(emp, SIZE);

float calculateOverTime(int entry, float *wagePtr,float *hoursWorkedPtr);

float calculateGrossPay(int entry, float *wagePtr,float *hoursWorkedPtr);

void displayEntry(int entry, int *clockNumberPtr,float *wagePtr,float *hoursWorkedPtr);

struct emp;

int main (char *argv, int argc)

{ /*get clock info*/

int clockNumber; /*employee number*/

float wage; /* declare wage */

float hoursWorked; /*enter hours worked*/

int i=0;//index for for loop


for (i=0;i<5;i++)


printf("Clock #\tWAge\thours\tOver time\tGross Pay\n");

for (i=0;i<5;i++)


struct emp myempArray[5];


} /*end get clock info*/

struct emp;

void initData(int *clockNumberPtr,float *wagePtr,float *hoursWorkedPtr)

{ /* declaring clock numbers and wage*/

int i; // index for for loop

emp[0].clockNumber=98401; /*first employee*/

emp[1].clockNumber=526488; /* second employee*/

emp[2]clockNumber=765349; /*third employee */

emp[3]clockNumber=34645; /*forth employee*/

emp[4]clockNumber=127615; /*fifth employee */

emp[0]wage=10.60; /* first employee wage

emp[1]wage=9.75; /*second employee wage

emp[2]wage=10.50; /* third employee wage */

emp[3]wage=12.25; /*employee 4 wage */

emp[4]wage=8.35; /* fifth employee wage 8/

// init hours worked to 0

for (i=0;i<5;i++)


} /*end declaring clock and wage numbers*/

void getHoursWorked(struct employee emp[])

{ /*prompt for hours*/

printf ("Enter hours worked by %d: ",clockNumberPtr[entry]);

scanf_s("%f", &(hoursWorkedPtr[entry]));

} /*end prompt for hours*/

float calculateOverTime(int entry, float *wagePtr,float *hoursWorkedPtr)

{ /* figure out overtime */

float overTimeHours=hoursWorkedPtr[entry]-40;

float overTimePay=0;

if (overTimeHours>0)


return (overTimePay);

} /* end figuring out overtime */

float calculateGrossPay(int entry, float *wagePtr,float *hoursWorkedPtr)

{ /* determine gross pay*/

float grossPay=0;

if (hoursWorkedPtr[entry]>40)




return (grossPay);

} /*end determine gross pay */

void displayEntry(int entry, int *clockNumberPtr,float *wagePtr,float *hoursWorkedPtr)

{ /*desplay results */

printf ("%d\t%0.2f\t%0.2f\t%0.2f\t%0.2f\n",






} /* end desplay output*/

(end code)

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