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Assignment Analysis and Design
In your own words, describe the problem including input and output. Briefly describe how you developed your code. Briefly describe what your code does and how it works – including anything different or unique or special that you did in your software. If the software is long or complicated, describe how it is organized.
Include a copy of any pseudocode or other design documents you used. If you worked with anyone else, asked anyone for help, or looked anything up, then mention it here. include proper references to source material.

Assignment Code
Include the code for your assignment Unless otherwise directed by the assignment or by your instructor, that will be a zipped copy of your NetBeans project attached to the report.
You can put the report and the NetBeans project all in one zipped folder. In the report, either tell the reader that it is attached file or include the code.
A zipped folder may contain another zipped folder. You can copy the zipped folder for your NetBeans project and your lab report into a folder for your assignment, then zip the assignment folder.

Assignment Testing
Describe how you tested this program to verify that it runs correctly.

Assignment Evaluation
Briefly describe what you learned from this project. What things did you struggle with? what was easy? Give your opinions of the process, including what you liked about the project and any suggestions you have for improving the project.

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# INPUT
# Print welcome message
print("Welcome to the Pay Calculator program" + '\n')
# Prompt user to input hourly rate
rate = float(input("Enter your hourly rate: $"))
# Prompt user to input number of hours worked per week
hours = int(input("Enter the number of hours worked per week: "))

# PROCESSING
# Calculate weekly gross pay
weeklyGross = rate * hours...

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