Posted By: Matt
ord()gets the int value
of the char. And in case you want to
convert back after playing with the
chr()does the trick.
>>> ord('a') 97 >>> chr(97) 'a' >>> chr(ord('a') + 3) 'd' >>>
In Python 2, there was also the
unichr function, returning the Unicode character whose ordinal is the
>>> unichr(97) u'a' >>> unichr(1234) u'u04d2'
In Python 3 you can use
chr instead of