Construct a Java program that will retrieve, update, and manipulate a small payroll database.
The payroll data ([login to view URL]), along with two additional files ([login to view URL],
[login to view URL]) required can be found in the REQUIRED folder.
Note that each line in the file, [login to view URL], contains a field for:
The program should perform each of the operations indicated below. Be sure to clearly label the
output for each section and be sure to properly format the output. Note that all salaries should
be shown to two decimal places. Your program should send all output to a file called
[login to view URL].
a) Read each line of data from [login to view URL], place the data into an Employee object,
and insert the Employee object onto the end of an ObjectList.
b) Output the contents of the infor field of each ObjectListNode into an easily read
table format with each field appropriately labeled.
c) Output the numbers of employees
d) Output the first and last name of all women on the payroll.
e) Output the first and last names and salary of all weekly employees who make more than
$35,000 per year and who have been with the company for at least five years.
f) Give a raise of $0.75 per hour to all employees who are paid on an hourly basis and
make less than $10.00 per hour; and give a raise of $50.00 per week to all employees
who are paid on a weekly basis and make less than $350.00 per week. Be sure to output
the first and last names and new salaries for each employee on the payroll who has
received a raise.
g) Sort the nodes of the linked list into alphabetical order according to last/first names and
print the first and last names and salaries for each employee on the payroll.
h) The file [login to view URL] contains data for three employees to be hired by the company.
Insert each of the new employees into the correct location in the sorted linear linked list
and print the first and last names of each employee on the payroll.
i) The file [login to view URL] contains data for two employees to be fire by the company.
Delete the corresponding nodes in the sorted linear linked list for each of the employees
to be fired and print the first and last names for each employee on the payroll.
Here are the data files for this project :
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Howard Starr M 8 H 30.00
Joan Jacobus F 9 W 925.00
David Renn M 3 H 4.75
Albert Cahana M 3 H 18.75
Douglas Sheer M 5 W 250.00
Shari Buchman F 9 W 325.00
Sara Jones F 1 H 7.50
Ricky Mofsen M 6 H 12.50
Jean Brennan F 6 H 5.40
Deborah Starr F 3 W 1000.00
Jamie Michaels F 8 W 150.0
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Barry Allen M 0 H 6.75
Nina Pinella F 0 W 425.00
Lane Wagger M 0 W 725.00
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Note 1: Classes
Be sure you use the ObjectListNode and ObjectList classes as well as the
Comparable interface to allow you to make appropriate comparisons in the ObjectList
Your program should use at least the following classes:
Note 2: Sorting a Linear Linked List
Here’s a simple algorithm to sort a linear linked list:
while (list != null)
remove the first node
insert node into newList
list = newList
Note 3: Program Documentation
● Every class must have a Javadoc class comment
● Every method must have a Javadoc method comment.
● Every method parameter must have an @param tag.
● Every method with a return statement must have an @return tag.
Note 4: Interfaces
Each data structure in the project must implement an interface for the data structure. The
interface files must be included in the
MORE INFO IN THE PDF
ADDITIONAL FILES WILL BE SENT WHEN PROJECT HAS BEEN AWARDED
Hi there, I went through the requirements and I would like to do this project if given the opportunity. I know how linked lists work and have done related projects about it before. Let me know if you are interested.
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Hey, R u there? Knock me to discuss more about this project. I can do it by 1 day using java linkedList/ArrayList. I will also comment out the code for your understanding. Thanks
I believe i can assist you with this project. I regularly program in C# and php but i'm very familiar with Java and file operations. I know you are looking for the best person for the job, so let's talk.