Help with my programming homework (python, and raptor)
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Thu Nov 7 01:56:26 CET 2013
You are working for a medium sized construction company as an intern in the Information Technology department. A director in the Human Resources department recently asked the IT department to write a small program that will help them do a salary comparison. The program needs to be able to enter the name of the employee and their salary. Once the data is loaded the program needs to find the average salary, the highest salary and the lowest salary. The program needs to print out these values along with the names of the employees that go along with the salary.
Your boss, who has great trust in you and your programming abilities, has given this project to you. You, therefore, schedule a meeting with the HR director asking for the program to clarify the program’s requirements. After your meeting you have summarized the following:
The program needs to ask for how many employees and salaries the program will be working with. The program needs to do some data validation on this number to make sure it is a positive number.
The program needs to ask for the name of each employee along with their salary. Since the name of the employee will be a string and the salary will be a number, you decide to use two parallel arrays to store the data. The program will need to do some data validation on the salary to make sure it is a number and greater than 0 and less than $200,000.
The program will determine what the average salary is and print that out to the user.
The program will determine what salary is the lowest and print that out along with the name of the employee who has that salary figure.
The program will determine what salary is the highest and print that out along with the name of the employee who has that salary figure.
Use the following test data to test your program.
Employee Name Salary
John $45,600 Average Salary: $63, 862.50
Sue $55,400 Highest Salary: $89,750
David $64,700 Lowest Salary: $45,600
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