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answer.setText(Double.toString(calculate(firstUnit.getSelectedItem().toString(), secondUnit.getSelectedItem().toString(), Double.parseDouble(unitSize.getText().toString()))));

Here is
public double calculate(String unit1, String unit2, double d){
    return 1.23;
}


It gives a number format exception and 1.23 is just a number i gave for testing purposes. Assume that answer is a textview, and firstUnit and secondUnit are spinners and unitSize is an edittext widget.
Posted 20-Jul-11 12:55pm

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Solution 1

I bet it's one if the given arguments that fail. Please try to format your code like this:
double dUnitSize = Double.parseDouble(unitSize.getText().toString());
double dValue = calculate(
      firstUnit.getSelectedItem().toString(),
      secondUnit.getSelectedItem().toString(),
      dUnitSize
);
answer.setText(dValue);
you'll soon find out which line the problem is.
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Matias Grioni 21-Jul-11 12:22pm
   
the problem is that this is in an onItemSelected() method, and i didn't know that it was called when the program started, and since unitSize was = to "" it gave error, so i just used try/catch block and its perfect

thanks

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