John Smith 9.45 40 15 Jane Doe 12.50 45 15 Harry Morgan 20.00 40 20 Carmen Martinez 25.00 35 25 Jacintha Washington 50.85 60 34
here is the code to read it and print the results:
As it is there it reads and prints the first employee and data but then I get an input mismatch exception trying to read the second employee, while this code does fine for all but the last (fifth) employee:
How do I get the fifth employee to print out. BTW, gross and net Amounts are previously set to 0.0 for this exercise.
Update: I found that if I use the latter code with an extra " " (space) after the last token in the file, the program works fine. I'm really confused. I could turn it in just like that, but I want to know what's going wrong with the while loop..
Update: then I remove the extra space at the end and for the fifth employee I get a NoSuchElementException: No Line Found
[ February 08, 2006: Message edited by: Jesse Crockett ] [ February 08, 2006: Message edited by: Jesse Crockett ]
Here is the program. The previous problem was somehow fixed, and it's working now. This is supposed to print a chart with each employee's gross and net pay, then print a tally line with the total gross and net pay to all employees. It is printing "0.00" for each employees gross and net, but the total line is printing the correct total gross and net. I think there is a problem in main() between the methods processPay() and printEmployeeInfo(). What's the problem here?
The problem here has to do with the scope of your variables. grossAmount is a local variable in this method. It is a copy of the grossAmount value in your main method, but the two variables are not the same. Therefore when you change grossAmount in this method, the grossAmount variable in your main method does not change. The workaround for this is either to declare class level static variables, or better yet write static methods return a value (and not void) and assign variables to those values in your main method
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