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Can anyone tell me how to get ascii value of char in python. I am newbee so please help.

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To get ascii value of char in python you can use the code.(Here I did this for the char x)

a = 'x'
print("Your value in ascii'" + a + "' is", ord(a))

And our output will be:

Your value in ascii'x' is 120

you can use this code for any other char to get their ascii values. Happy coding.

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