What is the use of CHAR function?

CHAR Function in Excel returns the last or right most character(or Characters) in a text string.

 CHAR Function in Excel Syntax

What is the syntax of CHAR function:

CHAR(number)

Where number – Is a number between 1 and 255 specifying which character you want. The character is from the character set used by your computer.

CHAR Function in Excel – Examples

  CHAR Function in Excel Examples

 In the above examples, you can observe how CHAR function is finding the character

 Example 1: Displays the 61 character in the set

Example 2: Displays the 65 character in the set

Example 3: Displays the 97 character in the set

Example 4: Displays the 57 character in the set

Example 5:  Displays the 33 character in the set and appending to the string “Hi”VBA example on CHAR function

Please find the list of ASCII values.

 CHAR-Ascii

CHAR function is also available in VBA, following is the example code:

Dim sOutout As String
sOutout1 =CHR(80)

Output: P

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  1. Alfan Mask May 28, 2019 at 10:22 AM

    Thanks brother.

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