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Tip: Obtaining ASCII Values from Characters in SQL

See how to use the ASCII function to return a character's ASCII value.


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With the ASCII function you can return a certain character's ASCII value, as shown in the following example:

SELECT ASCII('A') AS A, ASCII('B') AS B, 
ASCII('a') AS a, ASCII('b') AS b, 
ASCII(1) AS [1], ASCII(2) AS [2],
ASCII('!') AS [!], ASCII('@') AS [@],
ASCII('\') AS [\], ASCII('/') AS [/]

 

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