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Declare a String variable named intAsString. Convert the randomNumber integer to a String value and store it in the intAsString variable. Hint: Use the toString() method of the Integer class.

String intAsString = integer.toString(randomNumber); <my answer I don't understand exactly what's being asked of me on this task or where to find the answer ive been stuck on this section for hours....any hints or help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Hi Kris,

You were so close. `integer` should be capitalized.

I'll assume you have the correct previous code in place since you only posted the one line.

Por lo que veo quieres convertir un número (int) a una cadena (String) y esta misma almacenarla en la variable (intAsString).

Te dejo unas ejemplos básicos para convertir valores.

• int to String
```int mInt = 5;
String mString = String.valueOf(mInt);
```
• String to int
```String mString = "5";
int mInt = Integer.parseInt(mString);
```

Por lo que veo quieres convertir un número (int) a una cadena (String) y esta misma almacenarla en la variable (intAsString).

Te dejo unas ejemplos básicos para convertir valores.

• int to String
```int mInt = 5;
String mString = String.valueOf(mInt);
```
• String to int
```String mString = "5";
int mInt = Integer.parseInt(mString);
```