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Tip of the Day
Language: Java
Expertise: Beginner
May 28, 1999

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Obtain the ASCII Value of a Character

To obtain the ASCII value of a character, simply assign the char variable to an int variable. For example:
 
char aChar='B';
int charVal = aChar;
Then System.out.println(""+charVal); will print the ASCII value of 'B' which is 66. On the other hand, to obtain the character representing an ASCII value, you'll need a simple cast like:
 
int charVal = 66;
char aChar  = (char)charVal;
Then System.out.println(""+aChar); will print B, which represents ASCII 66.
Behrouz Fallahi
 
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