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September 22, 2014

September 22, 2014

Posted by **nora** on Wednesday, October 17, 2012 at 6:58am.

On January 1st, it is Monday.

It is not a leap year and the total number of days in the year is 365.

Each employee has 6 days of holidays in a year.

Each employee is entitled for different number of vacation in a year. The managers are entitled for 20 days of vacation every year and the workers are entitled for 15 days.

The managers and the workers both are also entitled for different number of sick days in a year. For mangers this is 8 and for the workers it is 17.

Write a program which accepts the employee type from the user and based on that calculates many miles the employee will travel in a year. Test it for different types of employees. The majority of the codes should be written in separate function(s). Limit the code in the main function. The main function should be mostly calling the other functions to meet the requirement of the project.

Though the managers and the workers are entitled for certain number of vacations and sick leave, they don't have to use all of those in a year. They may decide to use only part of these. You program should ask the user the followings:

1. Type of employee.

2. Number of vacation days used.

3. Number of sick days used.

You should write validations to make sure that the number of vacation days used, and the number of sick days used do not exceed the number of days the employee is entitled to.

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