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JavaScript String fromCharCode() Method

in JavaScript on October 10, 2020

The JavaScript String fromCharCode() Method converts unicode (UTF-16 code) numbers into characters.


String.fromCharCode(u1, u2, ... , un)



// A


// —

console.log(String.fromCharCode(89, 79, 71, 69, 83, 72))



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