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What is the answer? I have seen this somewhere but I could not agree with the answer provided, can any one confirm.
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Welcome to the Ranch!

What do you think the answer is? Why?

Also, in future please don't use images to display text, use text to display text.
 
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and please Quote your sources
 
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The question is from one of the enthuware tests
According to the test, the  correct answer is
Beta 44
4 44
Beta 44
44 44
but I thought the correct the answer supposed to start like
4 Beta 44
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since the print methods are referencing the variable b.h first  then call the b.getH()
 
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If you click on the "Discuss" button at the bottom of the question view, it will open an existing discussion on that question.
It will save you some time and effort if the discussion clears your doubt
 
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