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Create an Employee class with the following specifications.
1. EmployeeName as string.
2. BasicSalary, HRA, DA, TAX, GrossSalary and NetSalary as double.
3. Calculate the HRA (15% of BasicSalary), DA (10% of BasicSalary), GrossSalary (BasicSalary + HRA + DA), Tax (8% of GrossSalary) and NetSalary (GrossSalaryTax).
4. A Constructor to define the EmployeeName and BasicSalary.
5. A method CalculateNetPay to calculate the HRA, DA, Tax, GrossSalary and NetSalary values using the criteria mentioned in the Point 3.
6. A method Display to display the Salary structure.


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in c#

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calculating salary details using method...how should I call it using parameters
Posted 15-Apr-18 22:11pm
Updated 15-Apr-18 22:29pm
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CPallini 16-Apr-18 4:17am
   
You should show us your code in order to get help.
Maciej Los 16-Apr-18 4:21am
   
What stops you?
Richard MacCutchan 16-Apr-18 4:33am
   
GrossSalary and NetSalary are calculated values so they do not need to be members of the class.

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calculating salary details using method...how should I call it using parameters
Well, that will depend on exactly what parameters you define your method as requiring!
Presumably, you pass it the Basic Salary, and it "fills in the blanks" in your class.
If so, then it will have a signature like this:
public void CalculateNetPay(double basicSalary)
   {
   ...
   }
So you would call it passing either a constant value:
CalculateNetPay(45000.0);
Or a variable containing the value:
double basicPay;
if (!double.TryParse(stringContainingUserEnteredSalary, out basicPay))
   {
   // Report problem to user
   ...
   return;
   }
CalculateNetPay(basicPay);
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