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Can you please check if this is right?

Please see the image which I have attached.

Name of the autohr - A
Visibility Modifier - H
Method name - D
Name of a parameter - G
Name of an instance varable/field - C
Class name - F
Primitive data type - B

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Question by:bt1942
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You reversed C and F. And, you didn't include E in your question.

Kind regards,

Matthias Vance
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Thanks for the comment.
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