String.fromCharCode() function is used to create a string from the given sequence of UTF-16 code units. The syntax of this function is as follows:
String.fromCharCode(n1, n2, ..., nX)
The function takes the UTF-16 Unicode sequences as its argument. The number of arguments to this function depends upon the number of characters to be joined as a string. The range of the numbers is between 0 and 65535
The return value of this function is a string containing the characters whose UTF-16 codes were passed to the function as arguments.
Examples for the above function are provided below:
print(String.fromCharCode(65, 66, 67));
In this example the function fromCharCode() converts the UTF-16 codes into their equivalent characters and returns the string containing them as the answer. In this case the answer is ABC.
In this example the function fromCharCode() converts the UTF-16 code into its equivalent character and returns the string containing it as the answer. In this case the answer is —.
Codes for the above function are provided below:
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