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Parsing inputs

Shamsudeen Akanbi
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Hi, i'm trying to take an(int) input as part of my program. On the invocation of InputStreamReader wrapped around the BufferedReader class, I don't know why parseInt cannot convert the object. I guess i'm invoking the wrong method. BufferedReader br = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(System.in));. What i need is a way of using the primitive int value of object inputed. Thanks in advance.
Campbell Ritchie
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InputStreamReader wrapped around BufferedReader? Surely you mean it the other way round?
How are you reading, where are you reading from, what is the actual input? We need lots more details before we can help you.
 
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