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if (inflatableValue != "")
inflatableValueInt = Convert.ToInt16(inflatableValue);
inflatableValueInt = 0;
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int inflatableValueInt = 0;
int.TryParse(inflatableValue, out inflatableValueInt);
should raise an error because not-numeric values should not appear in this field...
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