Objects of the Window class require a width (integer ) and a height (integer ) be specified (in that order) upon definition. Declare two integers corresponding to a width and a length and read values into them from standard input (in that order). Use these value to define an object of type Window named newWindow.

Objects of the Window class require a width (integer ) and a height (integer ) be specified (in that order) upon definition. Declare two integers corresponding to a width and a length and read values into them from standard input (in that order). Use these value to define an object of type Window named newWindow.

LANGUAGE: C++

CHALLENGE:

Objects of the Window class require a width (integer ) and a height (integer ) be specified (in that order) upon definition. Declare two integers corresponding to a width and a length and read values into them from standard input (in that order). Use these value to define an object of type Window named newWindow.

SOLUTION:



int width, length;
cin >> width >> length;
Window newWindow (width, length);

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