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I have almost finished writing my Payroll Program. But I am wondering how the program can be used for different months. For example, after, say January 2007 Payroll, the user would want to prepare February 2007 Payroll.

How will the user close January payroll and then start that of February?
I cannot figure out how to write the Program for that.
Please kindly help me.

Thank you.

Akinyemi.
Feb 26 '07 #1
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samycbe
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Dear Friend,

You cant store all the payroll detials in a single table and keep it grows. Its better store the table like 012007 with all the fields and close it. Surely it may require old records for many references. Salary and other values will not static. So its better to have a table for a month
Feb 26 '07 #2

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