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Easy Question - Which one of these is invalid?!?

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In a JSP, which of these would be invalid?

1. String value = request.getAttribute("value");
2. request.setAttribute("value", value);
3. String value = request.getParameter("value");
4. Object value = request.getAttribute("value");

I think it is 4 since the object type of "value" will probably be a type that is not of "Object" type...But then isn't a type like "String" an "Object" so then 4 would be valid...Ok, now i am not sure again.  Can someone tell me which is the invalid one and why?

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1. because getAttribute returns an Object
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