ord()

ord() Unicode point of input char

ord() takes input char of single length.
returns Unicode point value of input Char.

Here are some sample outputs of single input string ( output is shown against each row after comment )
print(ord('a')) # 97
print(ord('b')) # 98
print(ord('P')) # 80
print(ord('#')) # 35
print(ord('$')) # 36
The first 128 unicode point values are same as ASCII values.

If we input more than one char then it wil return error.
print(ord('ab'))
TypeError: ord() expected a character, but string of length 2 found
All Built in Functions in Python
chr() returns the char by taking the Unicode point value ascii()


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