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Language: Java Language
Expertise: Beginner
Apr 30, 1998

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ASCII Value Conversions

Question:
How can I convert an integer ascii representation of a number to its character equivalent in a string form. For example
A= 72 
What procedure will take in int 72 and return string "A"

Answer:
The simplest way to accomplish this is to typecast the int to a char and convert that char to a String. You have several choices when it comes to converting a char to a string, but perhaps the simplest way to accomplish what you want is:

int a = 72;
Character aChar;
String aString;

aChar = new Character((char)a);
aString = aChar.toString();
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