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I have an assignment where I really have no idea how to even begin. It is as follows:

•Create a destructor that prints a message before exiting.
•Create a new function called

void incrementMinutes( Time &, const int );

That increments the minutes by count.
• create a member function that increments the minutes by 1

I'm very new to this stuff, but from what I have learned (apparently) I'm assuming I need a constructor and that the beginning needs to be:

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

class incrementMinutes
{
public:

incrementMinutes()

Assuming this is where I need to begin at least with a constructor function but I do not even really know what to incorporate into this code, any advice at all would be greatly appreciated

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Last Post by VernonDozier
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I think you have mis-understood the assignment. Read it again, it doesn't want you to create a class named incrementMinutes but that is jusst the name of one of the class's methods. The name of the class is probably Time.

I think you should post the exact wording of the assignment so that we are all on the same page. But be careful -- many instructors don't want you to post assignments here. So make sure it's ok before posting.

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Your class wouldn't be called incrementMinutes. It would be called Time or something similar. Presumably it would have hours, minutes, and seconds as its data members, and it would have a METHOD called incrementMinutes.

class Time
{
    private:
        int hour;
        int minute;
        int second;

    public:
        Time(int hr, int min, int sec)
        {
            hour = hr;
            minute = min;
            second = sec;
        }

    // more functions here
};
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