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Python chr() Function

Python chr() function is used to get a string representing of a character which points to a Unicode code integer. For example, chr(97) returns the string 'a'. This function takes an integer argument and throws an error if it exceeds from the specified range. The standard range of the argument is from 0 to 1,114,111.

Signature

Parameters

i: It is an integer value.

Return

This function returns a string representation of a character.

Let's see some examples of chr() function to understand it's functionality.

Python chr() Function Example 1

This is a simple example to use chr() function which returns char present at the specified int value. The return type is a string and can be verified as well.

Output:

f
p
is it string type: True

Python chr() Function Example 2

The chr() function takes integer value in a range. It throws an error if the value exceeds the range. See the example below.

Output:

ValueError: chr() arg not in range(0x110000)

Python chr() Function Example 3

See, we are applying a list of integers to the chr() function, and it returns char value of each integer point to the Unicode. See an example below.

Output:

TypeError: integer argument expected, got float
Char at 112 is: p
Char at 97 is: a
Char at 114 is: r
Char at 119 is: w
Char at 115 is: s

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