Converting a string to an integer - NumberFormatException

Hello,
I have 2 string arrays, one that olds names and one that holds id numbers. They are both stored in a file as Strings. I then read this file into my program and put split the strings up into an array.
I then try to convert the id to integer inside my program like so:
public void make_array(String[] car_info) {
                // put in arraylist and change variable type to correct ones
                final int ID_INDEX = 0;
                final int TYPE = 1;
                int cust_id = 22;
                String type;
                //convert to correct variable types
                try {
                        //convert to string
                        cust_id = Integer.parseInt(car_info[ID_INDEX]);   
                } catch (NumberFormatException e) { System.out.println(e); }
                type = car_info[TYPE];
}I then get the errors when i try this:
java.lang.NumberFormatException: For input string: "1"
So the id was stored as "1", but i want to convert it to an integer value. Any ideas on why this happends? Also before i try to convert i output the id from the array and it is correct, after the conversion it is 0, obviously it is not working. But i'm not sure what is wrong.
Any ideas?

only works when the string is a single number suchas
"1" or "4". If you try to use it with the input
string as a longer one like "123" or "12" itcreates
a NumberFormatExceptionYou must be mistaken. The value must not be what you
think it is. Do some debugging:
String strVal = car_info[ID_INDEX].trim();
System.out.println("This is the number to be
parsed -->" + strVal + "<--");
customer_id = Integer.parseInt(strVal);That is a good idea, but it seems as though the string is fine: I did:
[email protected]# cat cars
this output:
1,5,Renault Clio,Small Car,25,4,false
As you can see the number 25 is a two figure number, and it looks good. I also output the number in the java program like this:
System.out.println("the number is ------>" + twodigitnumber + "<------");This output the number: ------->25<---------- So there doesn't seem to be any wierd spacing or characters there.

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