*Python 3.2 should be used for this*;Write a program that will allow a user to enter working hours and pay...
*Python 3.2 should be used for this*;Write a program that will allow a user to enter working hours and pay rates for employees;1) The program should prompt the user for three elements of information for each employee;Last Name;Pay Rate;Hours Worked;2) The program should allow the user to enter as many employees as they wish. Tell you user how to either continue entering data, or to quit.;3) If a person works over 40 hours, those hours are considered over time hours and need to be paid at 1.5 times the pay rate;4) After each entry, display the Name and pay for that employee;5) Keep a running total of regular pay, overtime pay, regular hours and overtime hours ? at the end of the program you will need to display the total payroll amounts.;Requirements;1) Must contain a main function ? this function will be responsible for controlling the loop, data entry, displaying the total pay for a particular person and accumulation;2) Must contain a value returning function that returns the regular pay for a person;3) Must contain a value returning function that returns the overtime pay for a person;4) Must contain a separate print function for printing totals;5) Do not use global variables, except the overtime multiplier can be a constant if you wish (the 1.5);6) All dollar amount should be formatted properly with dollar sign, commas, and two decimal points;7) You should have at least one instance of decision logic (if/then);Outputs;While you loop your program should prompt;Enter Last Name;Enter Pay Rate;Enter Hours;(Assume they entered Jones 8.00 43);Call your functions and then you should display something like this;Jones: $96.00;Ask if they?d like to enter more or quit;?.;Then, once the user quits, you will need to display the totals;(? this is just an example?.);Total Regular Hours: 765;Total Overtime Hours: 65;Total Regular Pay $76,001.50;Total Overtime Pay $560.71;Extra Credit;Use loops to validate your data. In other words, do not let someone put in a number that is invalid for payrate and/or hours. You can set your own parameters as long as it is clear to me in your comments what your business rule is.
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