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Chr function of VBA


Posted Date: 27-Dec-2008  Last Updated:   Category: General    
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The Chr function converts the specified ANSI character code to a character.

Note: The numbers from 0 to 31 represents nonprintable ASCII codes, i.e. Chr(10) will return a linefeed character.

Syntax
Chr(charcode)

Parameter Description
charcode Required. A number that identifies a character

Example 1
document.write(Chr(65) & "
")
document.write(Chr(97))Output:A
a

Example 2
document.write(Chr(37) & "
")
document.write(Chr(45))Output:%
-

Example 3
document.write(Chr(50) & "
")
document.write(Chr(35))Output:2
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