VECTOR of counters in C++
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Last Updated: January 06, 2021
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The Ministry of Labor has asked you to create a program that uses a VECTOR of counters that will help them to determine how many salespersons from Mitch’s Shipping Service earn salaries in each of the following ranges:

Ranges

$600-$699

$700-$799

$800-$899

$900-$999

$1000 and over

This company pays its salespersons on a commission basis. You are required to create a function called calCommission, which returns an integer value, and accepts an integer argument for the gross sales. This function should calculate the salespersons’ weekly salary; you were told that each receive $200 per week plus 10 percent of their gross sales for that week. For example, a salesperson who grosses $5000 in sales in a week receives $200 plus 10 percent of $5000, or a total of $700.

Additional Functions:

printSummary(): This function displays a summary of the number of salespersons being paid at a particular range.

updateArray(int): This function accepts as argument the salesperson’s Commission and updates the vector of counters accordingly. 

SAMPLE DATA

Salesperson

Gross Sales

Commission

1

$5000

$700

2

$10000

$1200

3

$6000

$800

4

$4000

$600

5

$20000

$2200

 

Ranges

Array of Counters

$600-$699

1

$700-$799

1

$800-$899

1

$900-$999

0

$1000 and over

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#include <iostream>
#include <vector>
using namespace std;
 
int calCommission(int gross_sales);
void printSummary();
void updateArray(int Commission);
 
vector<int> hold_gross_sales;
vector<int> commission;
int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
	
	int gross_sales;
	int salery;
	int counter = 0;
	
	while(gross_sales != -1)
	{
	 	cout<<"Enter the employee "<<counter+1<<" gross sales for the week(-1 to end): ";
		cin>> gross_sales;
	if(gross_sales != -1)
	{
		salery = calCommission(gross_sales);
		updateArray(salery);
		hold_gross_sales.push_back(gross_sales);
		counter++;	
	}
		
	}
	
cout<<endl<<"Salesperson\tGross Sales\tCommission"<<endl;
 
for(int i = 0; i < commission.size(); i++)
{
	cout<<i+1<<"\t\t"<<"$"<<hold_gross_sales[i]<<"\t\t"<<"$"<<commission[i]<<endl<<endl;	
}
 
printSummary();
 
 
	
	return 0;
}
 
int calCommission(int gross_sales)
{
	return (0.1 * gross_sales) + 200;
}
void printSummary()
{
	
    int value600to699 = 0;
    int value700to799 = 0;
    int value800to899 = 0;
    int value900to999 = 0;
    int value1000Greater = 0;
    
	for(int i = 0; i < commission.size(); i++)
    {
	if(commission[i] >= 600 && commission[i] <= 699)
	{
		value600to699++;
	}
	else if(commission[i] >= 700 && commission[i] <= 799)
	{
		value700to799++;
	}
	else if(commission[i] >= 800 && commission[i] <= 899)
	{
		value800to899++;
	}
	else if(commission[i] >= 900 && commission[i] <= 999)
	{
		value900to999++;
	}
	else if(commission[i] >= 1000)
	{
		value1000Greater++;
	}
}
 
cout<<endl<<"  Ranges\t\tArray of Counters"<<endl;
cout<<"$600-$699"<<"\t\t"<<value600to699<<endl;
cout<<"$700-$799"<<"\t\t"<<value700to799<<endl;	
cout<<"$800-$899"<<"\t\t"<<value800to899<<endl;
cout<<"$900-$999"<<"\t\t"<<value900to999<<endl;	
cout<<"$1000 and over"<<"\t\t"<<value1000Greater<<endl;	
 
}
 
void updateArray(int Commission)
{
	commission.push_back(Commission);
}
   
  
 
 
   

 
 
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