// Finals.cpp.cpp : Defines the entry point for the console application.
//

#include "stdafx.h"


int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[])
{
#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <iomanip>

using namespace std;

//
//CLASS DECLARATION SECTION
//
class EmployeeClass {

public:
void ImplementCalculations(string EmployeeName, int hours, double wage);
void DisplayEmployInformation(void);
void Addsomethingup(void);
	

	string EmployeeName;

	int hours , overtime_hours, iTotal_hours, iTotal_OvertimeHours;

	double wage, basepay;
	double overtime_pay, overtime_extra;
	double iTotal_salaries, iIndividualSalary;
	
};

int main();
{


    cout << "\nDatamax, Inc - Welcome to the Employee <strong class="highlight">Pay</strong> Center\n\n";
  
//  I utilized an array and two loops.   

   EmployeeClass Employee[3]; 
   const int numEmployees = sizeof(Employee) / sizeof(Employee[0]);
   for (int i = 0; i < numEmployees; ++i )
   {
       cout << "\n\nEnter the employee name = ";
       cin >> Employee[i].EmployeeName;
       cout << "Enter the hours worked  = ";
       cin >> Employee[i].hours;
       cout << "Enter employee hourly wage = ";
       cin >> Employee[i].wage; 
    }

   for (int i = 0; i < numEmployees; ++i )
       Employee[i].ImplementCalculations(Employee[i].EmployeeName, Employee[i].hours, Employee[i].wage);
   
} 


void EmployeeClass::ImplementCalculations (string EmployeeName, int hours, double wage){

  basepay = 0.0;
  overtime_hours = 0;
  overtime_pay = 0.0;
  overtime_extra = 0.0;
  iIndividualSalary = 0.0;
  


	  if (hours > 40)//More than 40 hours
	  {

	    basepay = (40 * wage);
        overtime_hours = hours - 40;
		overtime_pay = wage * 1.5;
		overtime_extra = overtime_hours * overtime_pay;
		iIndividualSalary = (overtime_extra + basepay);
		
       DisplayEmployInformation ();
	  }
	  else // less than 40 hours
	  {
	    basepay = hours * wage;
		iIndividualSalary = basepay; 


		DisplayEmployInformation ();
	 
	   } 

} //End of Primary Function

void EmployeeClass::DisplayEmployInformation () {
//This function displays all the employee output information.
     
        cout << "\n\n";
		cout << "Employee Name ............. = " << EmployeeName << endl;
		cout << "Base <strong class="highlight">Pay</strong> .................. = " << basepay << endl; 
		cout << "Hours in <strong class="highlight">Overtime</strong> ......... = " << overtime_hours << endl;
		cout << "<strong class="highlight">Overtime</strong> <strong class="highlight">Pay</strong> Amout......... = " << overtime_extra << endl;
        cout << "Total <strong class="highlight">Pay</strong> ................. = " << iIndividualSalary << endl;
 
	   Addsomethingup(); 

} // END OF Display Employee Information



   void EmployeeClass::Addsomethingup (){ 

   iTotal_salaries = 0;
   iTotal_hours = 0;
   iTotal_OvertimeHours = 0;

	    
	  for (int i = 0; i < numEmployees; ++i ) 


	    cout << "\n\n";
		cout << "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" << endl;
		cout << "%%%% EMPLOYEE SUMMARY DATA%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" << endl; 
		cout << "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" << endl;
		cout << "%%%% Total Employee Salaries ..... =" << iTotal_salaries << endl;
        cout << "%%%% Total Employee Hours ........ =" << iTotal_hours << endl;
		cout << "%%%% Total <strong class="highlight">Overtime</strong> Hours......... =" << iTotal_OvertimeHours << endl;
		cout << "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" << endl;
		cout << "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" << endl;

		system("PAUSE"); 
		return;

	} 
	return 0;//This is the main return of the program.
}

Wow... I dont mean to criticize but damn!! u have so many errors.. I suggest reading a tutorial on function-prototypes, classes and functions.. And maybe some syntax's. I tried to compile, I fixed quite a lot but there is no way in hell am I gunna fix all..

First off its bad practice to do #include ... inside the main function.. why would u also put using namespace std inside the main function?

Secondly you cannot declare a function inside of another one.. If you need to do this, do:

void myfunction();  //<--- this is declaring the function as a function-prototype..

int main()     //Secondly I noticed u had int main(); ... you cannot do that. u have to remove the semi-colon.
{
}
void myfunction()
{
//Do stuff here
}

"highlight" is an undeclared variable which you have called before declaring it.

Also your missing the <<higlight<< ... you were missing the << operands...
For this line:

cout << "%%%% Total <strong class="<<highlight<<">Overtime</strong> Hours......... =" << iTotal_OvertimeHours << endl;

numEmployees is also undeclared..
Another << missing from the highlight code.

cout << "<strong class="highlight">Overtime</strong> <strong class="highlight">Pay</strong> Amout......... = " << overtime_extra << endl;

should be

cout << "<strong class="<<highlight<<">Overtime</strong> <strong class="highlight">Pay</strong> Amout......... = " << overtime_extra << endl;

You have a LOT! of brackets missing you did not close the class with a } bracket before the };

Why is your class declared IN main??


anyway this is as far as I can help you... other errors u WILL fix yourself.. I cant go through every single one.. I've done 99% of them.. All u have to do is declare the highlight variable AND call the functions as prototypes or however but U CANNOT declare a function inside another one..

// Finals.cpp.cpp : Defines the entry point for the console application.
//

#include "stdafx.h"
#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <iomanip>

using namespace std;
//
//CLASS DECLARATION SECTION
//
class EmployeeClass {

public:
void ImplementCalculations(string EmployeeName, int hours, double wage);
void DisplayEmployInformation(void);
void Addsomethingup(void);
	

	string EmployeeName;

	int hours , overtime_hours, iTotal_hours, iTotal_OvertimeHours;

	double wage, basepay;
	double overtime_pay, overtime_extra;
	double iTotal_salaries, iIndividualSalary;
};

int main()
{


    cout << "\nDatamax, Inc - Welcome to the Employee <strong class="<<highlight<<">Pay</strong> Center\n\n";
  
//  I utilized an array and two loops.   

   EmployeeClass Employee[3]; 
   const int numEmployees = sizeof(Employee) / sizeof(Employee[0]);
   for (int i = 0; i < numEmployees; ++i )
   {
       cout << "\n\nEnter the employee name = ";
       cin >> Employee[i].EmployeeName;
       cout << "Enter the hours worked  = ";
       cin >> Employee[i].hours;
       cout << "Enter employee hourly wage = ";
       cin >> Employee[i].wage; 
    }

   for (int i = 0; i < numEmployees; ++i )
   {
       Employee[i].ImplementCalculations(Employee[i].EmployeeName, Employee[i].hours, Employee[i].wage);
   }
return 0; 
}

void EmployeeClass::ImplementCalculations (string EmployeeName, int hours, double wage){

  basepay = 0.0;
  overtime_hours = 0;
  overtime_pay = 0.0;
  overtime_extra = 0.0;
  iIndividualSalary = 0.0;
  


	  if (hours > 40)//More than 40 hours
	  {

	    basepay = (40 * wage);
        overtime_hours = hours - 40;
		overtime_pay = wage * 1.5;
		overtime_extra = overtime_hours * overtime_pay;
		iIndividualSalary = (overtime_extra + basepay);
		
       DisplayEmployInformation ();
	  }
	  else // less than 40 hours
	  {
	    basepay = hours * wage;
		iIndividualSalary = basepay; 


		DisplayEmployInformation ();
	 
	   } 

} //End of Primary Function

void EmployeeClass::DisplayEmployInformation() 
{
//This function displays all the employee output information.
     
        cout << "\n\n";
		cout << "Employee Name ............. = " << EmployeeName << endl;
		cout << "Base <strong class="<<highlight<<">Pay</strong> .................. = " << basepay << endl; 
		cout << "Hours in <strong class="<<highlight<<">Overtime</strong> ......... = " << overtime_hours << endl;
		cout << "<strong class="<<highlight<<">Overtime</strong> <strong class="<<highlight<<">Pay</strong> Amout......... = " << overtime_extra << endl;
        cout << "Total <strong class="<<highlight<<">Pay</strong> ................. = " << iIndividualSalary << endl;
 
	   Addsomethingup(); 

} // END OF Display Employee Information


   void EmployeeClass::Addsomethingup()
   { 

   iTotal_salaries = 0;
   iTotal_hours = 0;
   iTotal_OvertimeHours = 0;

	    
	  for (int i = 0; i < numEmployees; ++i ) 
	  {

	    cout << "\n\n";
		cout << "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" << endl;
		cout << "%%%% EMPLOYEE SUMMARY DATA%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" << endl; 
		cout << "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" << endl;
		cout << "%%%% Total Employee Salaries ..... =" << iTotal_salaries << endl;
        cout << "%%%% Total Employee Hours ........ =" << iTotal_hours << endl;
		cout << "%%%% Total <strong class="<<highlight<<">Overtime</strong> Hours......... =" << iTotal_OvertimeHours << endl;
		cout << "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" << endl;
		cout << "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" << endl;
	  }
		system("PAUSE"); 
	}

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very helpful
// Finals.cpp.cpp : Defines the entry point for the console application.
//

#include "stdafx.h"
#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <iomanip>

using namespace std;
//
//CLASS DECLARATION SECTION
//
class EmployeeClass {

public:
void ImplementCalculations(string EmployeeName, int hours, double wage);
void DisplayEmployInformation(void);
void Addsomethingup(void);
	

	string EmployeeName;

	int hours , overtime_hours, iTotal_hours, iTotal_OvertimeHours;

	double wage, basepay;
	double overtime_pay, overtime_extra;
	double iTotal_salaries, iIndividualSalary;
};

int main()
{


    cout << "\nDatamax, Inc - Welcome to the Employee <strong class="<<"highlight"<<">Pay</strong> Center\n\n";
  
//  I utilized an array and two loops.   

   EmployeeClass Employee[3]; 
   const int numEmployees = sizeof(Employee) / sizeof(Employee[0]);
   for (int i = 0; i < numEmployees; ++i )
   {
       cout << "\n\nEnter the employee name = ";
       cin >> Employee[i].EmployeeName;
       cout << "Enter the hours worked  = ";
       cin >> Employee[i].hours;
       cout << "Enter employee hourly wage = ";
       cin >> Employee[i].wage; 
    }

   for (int i = 0; i < numEmployees; ++i )
   {
       Employee[i].ImplementCalculations(Employee[i].EmployeeName, Employee[i].hours, Employee[i].wage);
   }
return 0; 
}

void EmployeeClass::ImplementCalculations (string EmployeeName, int hours, double wage){

  basepay = 0.0;
  overtime_hours = 0;
  overtime_pay = 0.0;
  overtime_extra = 0.0;
  iIndividualSalary = 0.0;
  


	  if (hours > 40)//More than 40 hours
	  {

	    basepay = (40 * wage);
        overtime_hours = hours - 40;
		overtime_pay = wage * 1.5;
		overtime_extra = overtime_hours * overtime_pay;
		iIndividualSalary = (overtime_extra + basepay);
		
       DisplayEmployInformation ();
	  }
	  else // less than 40 hours
	  {
	    basepay = hours * wage;
		iIndividualSalary = basepay; 


		DisplayEmployInformation ();
	 
	   } 

} //End of Primary Function

void EmployeeClass::DisplayEmployInformation() 
{
//This function displays all the employee output information.
     
        cout << "\n\n";
		cout << "Employee Name ............. = " << EmployeeName << endl;
		cout << "Base <strong class="<<"highlight"<<">Pay</strong> .................. = " << basepay << endl; 
		cout << "Hours in <strong class="<<"highlight"<<">Overtime</strong> ......... = " << overtime_hours << endl;
		cout << "<strong class="<<"highlight"<<">Overtime</strong> <strong class="<<"highlight"<<">Pay</strong> Amout......... = " << overtime_extra << endl;
        cout << "Total <strong class="<<"highlight"<<">Pay</strong> ................. = " << iIndividualSalary << endl;
 
	   Addsomethingup(); 

} // END OF Display Employee Information


   void EmployeeClass::Addsomethingup()
   { 

   iTotal_salaries = 0;
   iTotal_hours = 0;
   iTotal_OvertimeHours = 0;

	    
	  for (int i = 0; i << "integral"; ++i ) 
	  {

	    cout << "\n\n";
		cout << "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" << endl;
		cout << "%%%% EMPLOYEE SUMMARY DATA%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" << endl; 
		cout << "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" << endl;
		cout << "%%%% Total Employee Salaries ..... =" << iTotal_salaries << endl;
        cout << "%%%% Total Employee Hours ........ =" << iTotal_hours << endl;
		cout << "%%%% Total <strong class="<<"highlight"<<">Overtime</strong> Hours......... =" << iTotal_OvertimeHours << endl;
		cout << "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" << endl;
		cout << "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" << endl;
	  }

This is the result of the build with error messages:

------ Build started: Project: Finals.cpp, Configuration: Debug Win32 ------
Build started 4/2/2011 1:14:41 PM.
InitializeBuildStatus:
Touching "Debug\Finals.cpp.unsuccessfulbuild".
ClCompile:
All outputs are up-to-date.
Finals.cpp.cpp
c:\documents and settings\rad trans\my documents\visual studio 2010\projects\finals.cpp\finals.cpp\finals.cpp.cpp(114): error C2297: '<<' : illegal, right operand has type 'const char [9]'
c:\documents and settings\rad trans\my documents\visual studio 2010\projects\finals.cpp\finals.cpp\finals.cpp.cpp(127): fatal error C1075: end of file found before the left brace '{' at 'c:\documents and settings\rad trans\my documents\visual studio 2010\projects\finals.cpp\finals.cpp\finals.cpp.cpp(107)' was matched

Build FAILED.

Time Elapsed 00:00:01.39
========== Build: 0 succeeded, 1 failed, 0 up-to-date, 0 skipped ==========

You are missing a bracket for void EmployeeClass::Addsomethingup()

Add a } at the end of the code above.. should be line 127.

as for this:

cout << "%%%% Total <strong class="<<"highlight"<<">Overtime</strong> Hours......... ="

Not sure why you did that.. You see where it shows highlight as a string? U dont have to put << you can just do:

cout << "%%%% Total <strong class=highlight>Overtime</strong> Hours......... =" << iTotal_OvertimeHours << endl;

This is because that entire part of the line is a string..

You CANNOT do: for (int i = 0; i << "integral"; ++i ) That is the error it is telling you about Const char[9]

You are declaring i as an integer which is equal to 0 and then telling it that while i is less than a string do the following and then increase i for everytime it loops through..

That is impossible. For an integer to be less than a string..

Not exactly sure how many times you want to loop through that procedure but you can do this:

for (int i = 0; i < 10; ++i )  //<--- Notice that now its the correct syntax stating that while I is less than 10, do...

//or u can do

for (int i = 0; i < n; ++i )  //<--- where "n" is an integer that has a value >= 0.

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