public: static int count;
- All objects that try to access their count member variable actually refer to the only class-bound static count variable.
- The variable is allocated only once, regardless of how many objects are instantiated, because it is bound to the class itself, not its instances.
- The variable existd when no objects of the class have been defined, so it can be modified at any point in the source code.
- The variable cannot be modified by any part of the code in the same application or thread. However, other threads may modify it.
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