The chr() method returns a string representing a character whose Unicode code point is an integer.
chr(num) num : integer value
- The chr() method takes only one integer as argument.
- The range may vary from 0 to 1,1141,111(0x10FFFF in base 16).
- The chr() method returns a character whose unicode point is num, an integer.
- If an integer is passed that is outside the range then the method returns a ValueError.
Example: Suppose we want to print ‘G e e k s f o r G e e k s’.
G e e k s f o r G e e k s
Another example :
Character of ASCII value 17 is Character of ASCII value 38 is & Character of ASCII value 79 is O
What happens if we give something out of range?
We wont get any output and the compiler will throw an error:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/484c76fb455a624cc137946a244a9aa5.py", line 1, in print(chr(400)) UnicodeEncodeError: 'ascii' codec can't encode character '\u0190' in position 0: ordinal not in range(128)
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