Please help me with Payroll System project!!

April 12, 2011 at 07:18:10
Specs: Windows 7
Create a Payroll System using the C Programming Language

Requirements:

1.Payroll system must have the user interface to accept input from the user. Initial input must be the username and password for each of the role – Admin, User, Employee.

2.On the User Account, Input the time in and time out of each employee for a week.

3.The system must print the output on the screen/console

4.The system must be connected to a text database to store input from the user.

5.Daily time record must be stored on the text file.

6.The user must enter the daily time record for one week and the data must be stored on the text database.

7.The system must be able to retrieve the time record from the file for the computation of payroll.

8.The system must print the pay slip on the screen including the Name of Employee, Position, Department, Gross Pay, Net Pay, Witholding tax.

9.The system must have the user name and password for security purpose. The accounts must have three roles, Administrator, User, and Employee. If the user enters the administrator account, the system must show the Administrator’s welcome page. If the user enters the User Account, the system must show the User’s welcome page. If the user enters the employee account, the system must show the employee’s welcome page. User name and password for each role must be hard coded on the program source code.

Please I'm begging for help. I need this ASAP. Thanks.


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#1
April 12, 2011 at 07:20:12
So, what have you done so far. And what's your problem?

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#2
April 12, 2011 at 07:30:50
i need the whole code for that thing. i just can't understand them. my professor doesn't teach us very well. he just keeps on talking without even showing any examples. please i need the code now pls. i need it for tomorrow.

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#3
April 12, 2011 at 08:09:24
If you knew how to write code it would take you a week.

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#4
April 12, 2011 at 11:54:17
Perhaps you should be taking another course if you can't even make an attempt at this problem? Computer programming may not be your thing and there's no point in beating your head against a brick wall.

I'm sure I could give you a solution if I took the time to, but what good would it do you? Maybe it would help you pass your course, and then you'd get a job as a computer programmer. But you wouldn't understand computer programming so you would just be unhappy in life.

Find something more suited to you and be happy.


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