Python ord()

The ord() method returns an integer representing Unicode code point for the given Unicode character.

The ord() method returns an integer representing Unicode code point for the given Unicode character.

The syntax of ord() is:

ord(c)

The ord() method is the inverse of chr().

ord() Parameters

The ord() method takes a single parameter:

  • c - character string of length 1 whose Unicode code point is to be found

Return value from ord()

The ord() method returns an integer representing the Unicode code point of the given Unicode character.

Example 1: How ord() works in Python?

# code point of integer

print(ord('5'))

# code point of alphabet

print(ord('A'))

# code point of character

print(ord('$'))

When you run the program, the output will be:

53

65

36

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