Could someone help me please? I can’t get it to work, and it wouldn’t show me salary in two significant digits for example

Enter # of hours worked (-1 to end): 41
Enter hourly rate of the worker (\$00.00): 10.00
Salary is \$415.00

Enter # of hours worked (-1 to end): 40
Enter hourly rate of the worker (\$00.00): 10.00
Salary is \$400.00

This is what I have So far:

``````/* This program will determine the gross pay for each employee. */

#include <stdio.h>

int main(void)
{
/* Declare variables */

int salary;    		/* salary pay */
int hours;    		/* hours worked */
int rate;     		/* hourly wage */

int counter = 0;

/* Prompt for input values from the screen */

/*... use printf and scanf here*/
printf("Enter # of hours worked (-1 to end): ");
scanf("%f", &hours);
printf("Enter the rate of the worker (\$00.00): ");
scanf("%f", &rate);

if ( hours <=40)
{

/* calculate gross pay */
salary = rate * hours;

/*... now print out to the screen using printf (ie, print the value) */

printf("Salary is \$%f\n", salary );
}/*end if*/
if ( hours <=80)
{
printf("Who are you kidding? Go see the boss!\n" );

}/*end if*/
else
{
/*salary = rate * hours+(hours-40)*(overt);*/
salary = 40 * rate + (hours - 40) * (rate * 1.5);

printf( "Salary is \$%f\n", salary );
}

return 0;
} /* end of main */``````

Thanks in advance for any help.

salary and rate needs to be floats not ints
To display only two digits in the decimal section:

``printf( "%.2f\n", salary );``
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