ord Function Python

Last Updated On Thursday 13th Jan 2022

ord python

what is ord in python

The ord() function returns the number representing the unicode code of a specified character.

  • It is a built-in function in Python 3.
  • For ASCII characters, the return value is the 7-bit ASCII code.
  • For Unicode characters, the return value refers to the Unicode code point.

ord() Syntax

The syntax of ord() is:

	ord(ch)
	

ord() python

ord() Parameters

The ord() function takes a single parameter:

  • ch – a Unicode character

python ord function

	ord('d')
ord('1')
	
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ord() Return Value

The ord() function returns an integer representing the Unicode character.

	print(ord("😘")) 

print(ord("C"))

print(ord("ß"))

print(ord("J"))

print(ord("卐"))
	
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