ArrayList<String> loc=new ArrayList<String>();
int randnum= (int) (Math.random() * 5);
Integer i=new Integer(randnum);
Wrapping int to a integer object and converting integer object to string
Hope this helps
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You can't literally insert an integer into a list of Strings, since that would violate the data typing rules. However, you can convert an integer value into its string representation and store that string in the string list.
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Hey thanks a lot for your help. It worked!
Next time I have a question I'll make sure I post it in the proper forum. Sorry about that..