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Python: ord() function

ord() function

The ord() function is used to get an integer representing the Unicode code point of that character.

Version:

(Python 3.2.5)

Syntax:

ord(c)

Parameter:

Name Description Required /
Optional
Type
c Any character of length 1. Required String

Return value:

Returns an integer representing the Unicode code point of the given Unicode character.

Example: Python ord() function

# code point of integer
print(ord('7'))

# code point of alphabet 
print(ord('B'))

# code point of character
print(ord('&'))

Output:

55
66
38

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