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Hi everyone; two questions today. 1. I'm looking for a way to take each number from a string such as " 713 | 413 | 756 | 13 | 382 | -365 |" and put in into an appropriately sized 2 by [half as many elements] matrix/array. The input will always be an even amount of numbers. I already have a snippet of code to find out how many numbers there are total (count the |'s), divide by two, label as "temp", and you get "new int[temp]". The array needs to be ordered such that the 1st number is in ; 2nd number is in ; 3rd number is in ; 4th number is in ; (and so on until all numbers have been added.) That is if I'm stupid and can't see some easier way of doing this. As of the moment, I'm stuck on a String to Integer function or something. Say I have the string "234" and want to turn it into an integer with the value 234. Any help is appreciated. Insults on my stupidity are acceptable.