string chr function - returns ascii value to it's equivalent character

string chr function - returns ascii value to it's equivalent character

string-chr-function-example-in-php.php


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  <h2>string chr function - returns ascii value to it's equivalent character</h2>
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   <?php
    /*
     -----------------------------------------------------------------
     let us take an ascii value to find out it's equivalent character
     -----------------------------------------------------------------
    */
    $asciiValue = 65;
    echo "<h4>Output of asciiValue</h4>";
    print "<p>$"."asciiValue = {$asciiValue}</p>";
    /*
     ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     now we want to get the equivalent character of the given ascii value by using chr function
     ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    */
    $equivalentCharacter = chr($asciiValue);
    echo "<h4>Output of equivalentCharacter by using string chr function</h4>";
    print "<p>$"."equivalentCharacter = {$equivalentCharacter}</p>";
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