How to Create a Java Wage and Tax Toggle Button and JTable Program

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This is a JFrame tutorial for anyone beginning to code. This java tutorial for beginners is a demonstration of how to use the Java Textfields, Java JTable, Java Toggle Button, and Java Buttons in Netbeans when creating a JFrame. This video will help those beginner programmers learn how to use Java calculations to get their desired results.

Java can be difficult for anyone just beginning. This channel will help you a little more in your journey of learning the Java Language. This will help all Computer Science Majors and is a full java course on java GUI wage and tax. Java is the Language. Let's learn something new. Below I have a snippet of the code needed in order to create this Java Tax Wage program. 

 String wage, hours;

        double ficaTax = .0725;

        double ficaTotal;

        double federalTotal;

        double federalTax = .12;

        double stateTotal;

        double stateTax = .0525;

        double subtotal;

        double total;

        double totalTax;


        wage = wageTF.getText();

        hours = hoursTF.getText();


        double wage1 = Double.parseDouble(wage);

        double hours1 = Double.parseDouble(hours);


        subtotal = wage1 * hours1;

        ficaTotal = subtotal * ficaTax;

        if (ficaToggle.isSelected()){

         ficaTotal = 0;

Watch how to create a Java GUI, Java Tax, and Wage program. 

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