Converting a string to an integer array

This is kind of a newbie question, but:
If I have a string which looks like this: "12,54,253,64"
what is the most effective/elegant/best/etc. way to convert it into an integer array (of course not including the ","s :-)
Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

Thanks, I'll do that. I was looking at StringTokenizer and other things, but it seems they are not implemented in j2me?

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