Learn Java by Example: Java Program to convert string type variables into int

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Java Program to convert string type variables into int

In this program, we will learn to convert the String type variables into the integer (int) in Java.

 


Example 1: Java Program to Convert string to int using parseInt()


class Main{
  public static void main(String[] args){

    // create string variables
    String str1 = "23";
    String str2 = "4566";

    // convert string to int
    // using parseInt()
    int num1 = Integer.parseInt(str1);
    int num2 = Integer.parseInt(str2);

    // print int values
    System.out.println(num1);    // 23
    System.out.println(num2);    // 4566
  }
}

In the above example, we have used the parseInt() method of the Integer class to convert the string variables into the int.

Here, Integer is a wrapper class in Java.

Note: The string variables should represent the int values. Otherwise the compiler will throw an exception. For example,


class Main{
  public static void main(String[] args){

    // create a string variable
    String str1 = "Programiz";

    // convert string to int
    // using parseInt()
    int num1 = Integer.parseInt(str1);

    // print int values
    System.out.println(num1);    // throws NumberFormatException
  }
}

Example 2: Java Program to Convert string to int using valueOf()

We can also convert the string variables into an object of Integer using the valueOf() method. For example,


class Main{
  public static void main(String[] args){

    // create string variables
    String str1 = "643";
    String str2 = "1312";

    // convert String to int
    // using valueOf()
    int num1 = Integer.valueOf(str1);
    int num2 = Integer.valueOf(str2);

    // print int values
    System.out.println(num1);    // 643
    System.out.println(num2);    // 1312
  }
}

In the above example, the valueOf() method of Integer class converts the string variables into the int.

Here, the valueOf() method actually returns an object of the Integer class. However, the object is automatically converted into the primitive type. This is called unboxing in Java.

That is,


// valueOf() returns object of Integer
// object is converted onto int
int num1 = Integer obj = Integer.valueOf(str1)

 

 

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