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I am having issues with the code for these two programs. I have checked my code against the book and against the downloadable code from wickedlysmart.com. The code that I download runs fine, however mine throws up an error about the object being read in from the server.

This is the code where the object is being read in from the server


This is the code where the server sends the object:


And this is the code were the BeatBox sends the objects to the server to begin with:


Each time I try and send something it throws a ClassCastException. When it does the System.out.println(obj.getClass()); it shows the Object that was recieved has a class of Integer but everything I have sent has been a String. Any help on why this is doing it would be greatly appreciated. Any other code you might need just let me know

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Why do zero's and 'o' look the same? Anyway figured it out.
 
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