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Language/Type: VB parameters

Write a subroutine named PrintPay that computes and prints the amount of money an employee should earn. Your subroutine accepts two parameters: a real number for the employee's hourly salary, and an integer for the number of hours the employee worked. Every hour over 8 is paid at 1.5x the normal salary. For example, the call of PrintPay(10.00, 11) should print the following output:

Hours worked: 11
Pay earned: $125.00

You may assume that the value passed for the salary and hours are non-negative.

Function: Write a VB function as described, not a complete program.

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