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Hey guys!


So, I have the following classes:


  class Flower

{

   char* f_name;

   char* f_colour;

   double f_price;

}


  class Bouquet {

   double b_price;

   char* b_message;

   class Flower* b_flowers;

   int b_flowerCount;

}


And the following functions:


  const char* Flower::name() const {

   return f_name;

  }


  const char* Flower::colour() const {

   return f_colour;

  }


  double Flower::price() const {

   return f_price;

  }


I need to allocate new dynamic memory for the data member b_flowers based on the value of b_flowersCount and copy the values from the constant Flower pointer parameter (name, colour, price), using the Flower's public members. I have tried lots of possibilities but I am not getting the expected result. Can someone help me with this?

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