Python chr()

Last Updated On Sunday 16th Jan 2022

python chr

python chr function

chr python – function returns the character that represents the specified unicode.

The syntax of chr() is

	chr(num)
	

chr() python

Syntax

	chr(number)
	

python chr()

  • chr() method takes a single parameter, an integer number.
  • The valid range of the integer is from 0 through 1,114,111.

chr function python

Parameter Values

  • number – An integer representing a valid Unicode code point
	print(chr(69))
print(chr(44))
print(chr(90))
print(chr(65))
print(chr(97))
	
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If the integer passed to chr() is out of the range , ValueError will be raised.

	print(chr(-1))

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

When you run the program, ValueError is raised , because the argument passed to chr() method is out of the range.

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