The code below, I am trying to convert a string to int in my give_raise method. I know it's probably something simple I am missing, but I am stumped. What would be the proper syntax to convert the string to int and add that bonus to my annual salary total?
class Employee(): """Stores an employee's data""" def __init__(self, first_name, last_name, annual_salary): """Employee values""" self.first_name = first_name self.last_name = last_name self.annual_salary = annual_salary def give_raise(self, annual_salary = 40000): """Sets a default salary with the option to add more""" choice = input("Do you want to add a bonus to the annual salary of more than 5000 dollars? y\n") if choice == 'n': annual_salary += 5000 else: bonus = input("Please enter your bonus amount: ") int(bonus) annual_salary + bonus = annual_salary print(annual_salary) my_Employee = Employee('Harry', 'Scrotum', 40000) my_Employee.give_raise()