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Term: CHR

The Oracle CHR() function returns the ASCII character that corresponds to the value passed to it. If using NCHAR_CS is specified, it returns the character that corresponds to the national character set.

Example Syntax:


CHR(number) using nchar_cs;

Example Usage:


The example above returns the letter "A", which is the ASCII character representation of the number 65.

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