Print character by ASCII value in C by R4R Team

Example-
ASCII value: 97
Character is 'a'
For each number or ASCII value we have a character that we find by the following program

program-

#include < stdio.h>
int main()
{
printf("%c",97);
printf("%c",92);
printf("%c",97);
printf("%c",91);
printf("%c",98);
printf("%c",65);
printf("%c",23);
printf("%c",78);
printf("%c",54);
printf("%c",90);
printf("%c",80);
return 0; }


output-

a

a
[
b
A
N
6
Z
P

-In this program, we just print the character for different numbers by using %c.
-So for %c(97)=a and similarly other works.




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