Given an hourly wage, compute an annual salary by multiplying the wage times 40 and times 50, because salary = wage x 40 hours/week x 50 weeks/year. The multiplication operator is *.
Test suite shows a solution. Poor.
Actually, test suite just shows an inefficient solution. Think of better ones!
quite a simple question
This user appears to have gamed the system, with fraudulent "likes" of this unremarkable solution submitted by 'sock-puppet' accounts. —DIV
I don't understand, it doesn't work in France.
The legal work duration per week is 35 hours and you have 5 weeks of paid vacations. Maybe, I should include public holiday, but it not stable over years.
Haha, nice! You managed to use eval :)
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