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    Hey guys i'm new at all this and this question i'm about to ask sounds really silly, but any help would be great, Iv'e been giving this assignment but i'm stuck on the last segment of code I also have to print a line of somthing the trouble is i'm not really 100%i know what this programme is doing thanks.
    public class DataTypeDemo    
    {   
        public static void main (String [] args)   
        {   
            int  x = 10;   
            double d;   
            d = x;   
     
            double y;   
            y = d;   
            y = (int) d;   
     
     
            float z;   
            z = (int) 3.14;   
            z = 3.14F;   
     
            long id;   
            id = 43251234153313241;   
            id = 43251234153313241L;   
     
            byte a, b, c;   
            a = 10;   
            b = 5;   
            c = (byte) (a + b);   
            c = (byte) (a + b);   
     
            String name = "rich";   
            x =  name;   
            x = (int) name;   
     
        }      
    }
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    Default Re: Primitive data type

    Please explain what the problem is. If there are error messages, copy and paste them here.

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    oh i thought i did. The problem is the last segment of code i know you can't convert string to int but that was the problem i was given thanks

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    Default Re: Primitive data type

    convert string to int
    Look at the Integer class. It has a method for converting a String to an int

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    Default Re: Primitive data type

    There is no integer equivalent for "rich". Could you please post the question posed by the assignment?

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