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    Unhappy How Can You Convert an Int to a String When It Is a JOptionPane.showOptionDialog?

    This is my code:

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    String GameDeath11;
    
    if (impact == 3) {
    							GameDeath11 = (String)JOptionPane.showOptionDialog(null, "The messages of Big Brother are not muttered in the ears of the people randomly anymore.", InformGame, JOptionPane.PLAIN_MESSAGE, JOptionPane.QUESTION_MESSAGE,icon, Options1BA, null);
    							impact = (byte) (impact - 1);
    							money = money - 250;
    							if (GameDeath11 == "I would like to hear the whisperings one last time.."){
    								
    							}
    This is a capitalist simulation game -- please don't judge. I am also not done whatsoever..

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    Default Re: How Can You Convert an Int to a String When It Is a JOptionPane.showOptionDialog?

    I can't figure out what you're asking.
    Get in the habit of using standard Java naming conventions!

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    Default Re: How Can You Convert an Int to a String When It Is a JOptionPane.showOptionDialog?

    I am talking about making the if statement and variable compatible..

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    Default Re: How Can You Convert an Int to a String When It Is a JOptionPane.showOptionDialog?

    Which if statement? What variable? What do you mean by "compatible"? Are you a spambot running word-based Dissociated Press?
    Get in the habit of using standard Java naming conventions!

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    Default Re: How Can You Convert an Int to a String When It Is a JOptionPane.showOptionDialog?

    Several days ago you also asked a question in an unclear manner and never responded when asked to clarify. Why should be respond to this question?

    http://www.java-forums.org/new-java/...something.html

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    Default Re: How Can You Convert an Int to a String When It Is a JOptionPane.showOptionDialog?

    I fixed it. Please answer this question..

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    Default Re: How Can You Convert an Int to a String When It Is a JOptionPane.showOptionDialog?

    This is the If Statement:
    if (GameDeath11 == "I would like to hear the whisperings one last time.."){

    }

    This is the variable: GameDeath. By compatible, I mean I want them to be able to go together. No, I am not a spam bot.

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    Default Re: How Can You Convert an Int to a String When It Is a JOptionPane.showOptionDialog?

    I already figured it out anyhow, I do not need help. I have other questions though.

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