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Re: [vox] [OT] Calculating your vacation time?
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Re: [vox] [OT] Calculating your vacation time?

I don't have vacation time.  ;-)

Don't do it until she writes down EXACTLY what all the
rules are.  Otherwise you will be forever stuck fixing
"bugs" in "your" program.

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On Thursday 16 January 2003 01:03 pm, Mark K. Kim wrote:
> Hi~
> For those of you that work, how do you keep track of your vacation time?
> Our company secretary asked me to find a way (write a program, maybe?) to
> help her keep track of everyone's vacation times, but with all the
> variables (contract change, work hours change, holidays, # of weekends in
> the year, etc...) it's difficult to write a program flexible enough to
> calculate vacation times easily.
> So... how do *you* keep track of your vacation time?  Maybe I can gather
> some information to figure out the best approach to calculating everyone's
> vacation time at the company.
> Thanks!
> -Mark

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