# I want to create a table from this for loop for each different value the overtimesalary and salary

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Jorge Tejada on 5 Oct 2017
Answered: Andrei Bobrov on 12 Oct 2017
S= 12;
t = (20:50);
Salary = S*t;
Overtimesalary = S*40+((S*1.5)*(t-40));
for t = (20:50)
if t > 40
Overtimesalary = S*40+((S*1.5)*(t-40));
else
salary = S*t;
end
end

Stephen on 5 Oct 2017
One problem you're probably having is that you are overwriting the Overtimesalary variable each loop. I would restructure the code a bit since you've got that same equation in two places, using an anonymous function for calculating pay. I would also eliminate the selection between functions, instead implanting a single function for pay that works whether overtime is worked or not.
Here's what I would do:
S= 12;
PayFunc = @(t,S) S*t + min(((S*0.5)*(t-40)),0);
payTable = zeros(50-19,2);
for t = 20:50
rowPtr = t-19;
payTable(rowPtr ,1) = t;
payTable(rowPtr ,2) = PayFunc(t,S)
end

Andrei Bobrov on 12 Oct 2017
S = 12;
t = 20:50;
your_salary = S*t;
your_salary(t > 40) = S*(40+1.5*(t-40));