how to convert the string to integer in java if the string is like String str=“ 1234”;?


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how to convert the string to integer in java if the string is like this:


String str=" 1234";

note there is space in the beginning of the string. i tried Integer.parseTnt(str) method. But java shows NumberFormatException. Help me how to do?


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how to convert the string to integer in java if the string is like this:


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note there is space in the beginning of the string. i tried Integer.parseTnt(str) method. But java shows NumberFormatException. Help me how to do?


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