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Time Card Calculator

 Some companies, to reduce costs, are now instituting work weeks consisting of four 10 hour days. Because of this, employees may be granted more than one lunch break and so this Timecard Calculator has six input boxes instead of the usual four. A new feature of this Timecard Calculator is that if you enter someone's hourly rate, it will calculate their gross pay. If you don't want to use this feature, just leave those boxes alone and this will still calculate an employee's total hours.

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NOTE: If the total hours seem a little confusing to you, (for example, 7.45 total hours do not mean 7 hours and 45 minutes) then click here to see a helpful conversion chart.
1) There is no need to enter time as 'a.m.' 'p.m.' or '24 hour' time.

2) Instead of entering times with a colon (e.g. 11:30), use a decimal point.
So 11:30 is input as 11.30 or even easier, just enter 11.3
Whole hours may be entered without any decimal points.

 3) The reset button fills all input boxes with zeroes. In order to get a total in the right hand column, all six boxes in all seven rows must be filled in with either employee times or zeroes. If an input box is left unfilled, the total of that row (and the grand total) will display 'NaN' which means 'Not A Number'. 4) IMPORTANT >>>>>   If an employee has NO 'break' in their daily hours, enter their 'IN' and 'OUT' times in the first 2 columns and just leave the next 4 zeroes alone.

 5) When an employee's weekly time has been entered, click 'CALCULATE' to obtain the totals. 6) Click 'RESET' to clear the boxes so that the next employee's hours may be input. 7) Totals are shown as hours and not as hours and minutes.

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