翻译：It does not count?
Is it not counted? should be acceptable.
Like... you need to count fruits but you forget that there is one orange. And you ask "Is it not counted?"
Short answer: No, it's not the proper syntax for negative forms of "to do".
Does not it count, is very strange. In fact this is the first time I've seen this structure, and it is is from your comment.
Your question is logical, but the English language isn't because it is full of exceptions.
The negative form of "to do" (do not, does not, don't, doesn't) has a strange grammatical construction.
Don't/Doesn't + he/she/it/they... = Do/Does + he/she/it/they... + not
are both correct
Doesn't it count = Does IT NOT count.
Doesn't he jump = Does HE NOT jump.
Don't they care? = Do THEY NOT care?
I hope that helps!
You can also see other people discuss your question here: https://forum.wordreference.com/threads/if-vs-whether-it-works.28989/
Well, I got it. It's so kind of you to answer my question and point out my grammar mistakes.