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Java Java Basics Perfecting the Prototype Parsing Integers

Trushit Patel
Trushit Patel
477 Points

Please help me out

Have cross-checked from the video but couldn't find the error.

String answerToLife = "42";
int answer = Integer.parseint(answerToLife);
Brecht Philips
Brecht Philips
8,863 Points

You just forgot the syntax try this: int answer = Integer.parseInt(answerToLife)

1 Answer

Hi Trushit,

You have a lower case i in parseInt(). It has to be upper case. This code should work for you:

int answer = Integer.parseInt(answerToLife)

Best regards,