(89) :char(value 0-255)
(n)  :char(value 0-65535)

Returns the character corresponding to the specified parameter.

On the 89, The first 128 characters are the same 128 characters in ASCII, but the other characters don't match any particular character set. On the nspire, all character values match their Unicode equivalents.

:char(list of values)

Returns a list, each element converted to the corresponding char.



  • 2ND + 5 (MATH)
  • D:String
  • A:char(


  • Catalog
  • 2
  • String
  • Character

See AlsoEdit

  • ord( - the inverse of this

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