Write a program (Epayroll.cpp) with an array of 4 Payroll objects. Allocate the Payroll objects dynamically.

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Write a program (Epayroll.cpp) with an array of 4 Payroll objects. Allocate the Payroll objects dynamically. The program should ask the user for the employee’s ID, hourly rate, and number of hours worked. The program should calculate the total pay for the week. Use the << operator to display to cout the full information about each employee.You can define the class and implement the class methods in a header file called Payroll.h. Include in your program Epayroll.cpp, compile and test it. Post Payroll.h, Epayroll.cpp and the output on Blackboard..[Note: This code out is executable on TurboC version 3.0]The header file “Payroll.h” which contains the class and member functions defined.Payroll.h#include <iostream.h>#include…