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Hi, how can I convert a String to int ?. Example:

  String a = "2";
  String b = "3";
  int na = (value of String a to int);  //int na = 2;
  int nb = (value of String b to int);  //int nb = 3;
  System.out.println(" a + b = " + (na + nb));

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String a = "2";
String b = "3";

int sum;

try{
  Integer iA = Integer(a);
  Integer iB = Integer(b);
}
catch (NumberFormatException e){
  // Error...
}

sum = iA.intValue() + iB.intValue();
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