for five days of the week. Within the loop you should have a prompt
to take in the hours for a day and add it to the total you are acccumulating.
After the loop is done you should check the hours. If the hours are
over 40 put out a message that says Overtime hours must be calculated
otherwise put out a message saying OK. You should also display the total
Problem #2: Write code that takes in orders for a particular product.
You need to take in a reorder point outside a loop. Then within the
loop you prompt for the number ordered and add it to a total. When
the total is bigger than the reorder point the loop should end and
you should display both the reorder point and the order total.
Problem #3: Write a program with a loop. After the loop has been executed the
program should ask the user whether they want to do the processing in the loop
again and act accordingly.
four different events.
Problem #5: Write a program to take in some information from boxes on a form
and send the information to a function where you do something like
set it up for display or do a calculation. The result should be
displayed in a box on the form.
into DOM style processing like the examples we covered in class (clearly
you need to pick one that I did not modify).