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use java to WRITE A METHOD (source code) PROGRAM USING a Value-Returning Method
public class ValueReturn
{
   public static void main(String[] args)
   {
      int total, value1 = 20, value2 = 40;

total = sum(value1, value2);

public static int sum(int num1, int num2)
{
int result;
result = num1 + num2;
return result;
}

 Create a method program, to calculate the weekly salary. 


What I have tried:

public class WeeklySalaryCalculator { 

    public static void main(String[] args) { 

        int regularPay = 40 * 10; // Assuming $10 per hour and 40 hours of regular work 

        int overtimePay = calculateOvertimePay(12, 5); // Assuming $12 per hour and 5 hours of overtime work 

        int weeklySalary = sum(regularPay, overtimePay); // Calling the sum method to add up the regular and overtime pay 

        System.out.println("Weekly salary: $" + weeklySalary); 

    } 

    public static int calculateOvertimePay(int hourlyRate, int hoursWorked) { 

        int overtimePay = 0; 

        if (hoursWorked > 40) { 

            int overtimeHours = hoursWorked - 40; 

            overtimePay = overtimeHours * (hourlyRate * 2); // Overtime pay is double the regular rate 

        } 

        return overtimePay; 

    } 

     

    public static int sum(int num1, int num2) { 

        return num1 + num2; 

    } 

} 

 

Result; 

----jGRASP exec: java WeeklySalaryCalculator 

Weekly salary: $400 

  

----jGRASP: operation complete. 
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Updated 31-Mar-23 9:00am
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Mike Hankey 31-Mar-23 14:27pm    
What is your problem?
thevhng 31-Mar-23 14:30pm    
Creat a method program, to calculate the weekly salary.
Mike Hankey 31-Mar-23 14:44pm    
We're not going to supply the code for your homework. If you get stuck we will help.

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