Write the interface (.h file) of a class Counter containing: A data member counter of type int. A data member named limit of type int. A static int data member named nCounters. A constructor that takes two int arguments. A function called increment that accepts no parameters and returns no value. A function called decrement that accepts no parameters and returns no value. A function called getValue that accepts no parameters. A static function named getNCounters that accepts no parameters and returns an int.

Write the interface (.h file) of a class Counter containing: A data member counter of type int. A data member named limit of type int. A static int data member named nCounters. A constructor that takes two int arguments. A function called increment that accepts no parameters  and returns no value. A function called decrement that accepts no parameters and returns no value. A function called getValue that accepts no parameters. A static function named getNCounters that accepts no parameters and returns an int.

LANGUAGE: C++

CHALLENGE:

Write the interface (.h file) of a class Counter containing: A data member counter of type int. A data member named limit of type int. A static int data member named nCounters. A constructor that takes two int arguments. A function called increment that accepts no parameters and returns no value. A function called decrement that accepts no parameters and returns no value. A function called getValue that accepts no parameters. A static function named getNCounters that accepts no parameters and returns an int.

SOLUTION:


class Counter{
    private:
        int counter;
        int limit;
        static int nCounters;

    public:
        Counter(int, int);
        void increment();
        void decrement();
        int getValue();
        static int getNCounters();
};

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