In this tutorial, we are going to learn about how to convert the character to an ASCII (integer) in Python with the help of examples.
Consider, we have a following character (
P) in our code:
c = 'P'
Now, we need to convert the above character
P to the ASCII integer representation
To convert an character to a ASCII, we can use the built-in
ord() function in Python.
ord() function takes the string representation of a unicode character as an argument and converts it to the integer.
Here is an example, that converts character
P to a integer:
c = 'P' number = ord(c) print(number)