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(identifier expected) getter/setter and objects

For methods, the arguments that you pass in must have a declared value.

In this case, a String. So you need to change your method to this:

public void settName(String
newLectureName) {
    this.tName = newLectureName;

Read more about what a java method is and how to create one here:

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