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# All flowers are red or purple. Pansies are flowers.

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Problem 3

All flowers are red or purple. Pansies are flowers. Pansies are not purple.

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Pet: class pet { public: pet( int initial health, string name); string name() const; … private: int m_health; string m_name; //m_ stands for data member to differentiate it from public functions }; pet:: pet(int initial health, string name) { health = initialHealth; name= nm; } int main() { pet x(10, “Fido”); Pet* pp = new Pet( 2-, “Snowflake”); Pet y; //won’t compile...

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