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Home » Tip Bank » C++
Language: C++
Expertise: Beginner
Feb 3, 2000

ASCII Values

Question:
How do I change an ASCII value to a letter in C++?

Answer:
You can directly assign the ASCII vlaues to a variables of type char. The decimal value is automatically converted to char, without any special casting operations. For example, the ASCII value of the 'A' is 65. You assign this value to a char variable like this:

  char c = 65;
  cout << c; // display A
  c = 97; // ASCII value of lowercase a
  cout << c; // display a
Editor's note: this answer has been updated from the original version.
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