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Number format exception

vignesh Thamarai
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Joined: Mar 10, 2009
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hello friends,
i have a hashset contain integers like 1,2,4,5 . now i want to get every integer value from hashset.

here is my code. set2 is a hashset.




it throws a number format exception , i try this one this too not helping me


please help me what iam missing...
Campbell Ritchie
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Joined: Oct 13, 2005
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What have you put into the Set in the first place? If there are Integers in it, there is no need to mess around with the parseInt and toString methods; you simply get the Integer out and can convert it to an int with auto-unboxing if necessary.

Your code is poorly formatted, which makes it difficult to read; there should, for example, be a single space after the semicolons in the for () line. Put the line starting int i = inside a try block, then follow it with a catch, so ti reads like thisThat will allow you to see what you have in your Set that isn't a number.

And why don't you parameterise the set as a Set<Integer>?
 
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