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Language: Pascal
Expertise: Beginner
Mar 19, 1999

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Converting a String Character to its ASCII Value

Question:
How do I read the last character in a DBEdit box and get its ASCII value? The character will change, depending on the DBEdit.Text property.

Answer:
You can use the Ord function to convert a character into its ASCII value. To get the last character of an edit box, you reference the index of its value like so:

DBEdit1.Text[Length(DBEdit1.Text)]
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