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using namespace std; #include<iostream> #include<conio.h> #include<cstdlib> #include<string.h> class Computer; class Computer { char type[15]; int ram; int hdd; float processorSpeed; float price; public: static int n; Computer(char* type = "Branded",int ram = 6, int hdd = 750, float processorSpeed = 2.4, float price = 60000) { strcpy(this->type,type); this->ram = ram; this->hdd = hdd; this->processorSpeed = processorSpeed; this->price = price; Computer::n++; } ~Computer() { Computer::n--; } Computer(Computer& computer) { strcpy(type,computer.type); ram = computer.ram; hdd = computer.hdd; processorSpeed = computer.processorSpeed;
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