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What's wrong with this line?

Anthony Smith
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int count = Integer.parseInt(data.getSession().getAttribute(username));

username is a String
Dirk Schreckmann

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username might be a String, but does data.getSession().getAttribute(String) return a String?
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Paul Stevens
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Is username made up of all numbers. You are trying to parse a username into an int called count.
Junilu Lacar

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I think he posted what he actually meant in this thread:
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