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Define a class Counter having the attribute count (type int). For the class
Counter, implement the following functionalities: (Q8-Q11)
Q8. Constructors which allow statements like: Counter c1;//count should be 0 for
c1, Counter c2(12);// count should be 12 for c2 and Counter c3(c2);// count should
be 12 for c3?
Q9. Arithmetic Assignment operator += that should allow statements like c1 +=
c2?
Q10. Decrement operator -- that allows statements like c1=c2--, c1=--c2.
Decrement operator should decrement the value of count by 1?
Q11. Implement the functionalities for Counter class such that the class Interface
and Implementation are separate?

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Updated 23-Aug-21 2:39am

Q8. Create two constructors, one which does not accept any parameters, and a second one which requires an integer value.

Q9. Provide the code for an overload of the += operator.

Q10. Provide an overload for the two decrement operators.

Q11. First create an interface for your class, which declares all the functions that a class should implement. Second write a class that implements the interface.

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