chr() : Getting Char using Unicode point value as input
Input : takes Unicode point value as input .
returns the equivalent char
Here are some sample outputs of Unicode point value as input ( output is shown against each row after comment )
The first 128 unicode point values are same as ASCII values.
print(chr(97)) # a
print(chr(98)) # b
print(chr(80)) # P
print(chr(35)) # #
print(chr(36)) # $
We can use inputs from 0 to 1114111.
Here is for loop to print some chars with their Unicode point values (Unicode value as inputs). Change the range values to get different set of chars and values.
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for i in range(200,250):
ord() returns the Unicode point value by taking the Char as input
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