Converts an ordinal number into a character.
|number||a number, or an expression that evaluates to a number|
Each of the decimal numbers from 0 to 255 represents a character output by your workstation. $tochr converts a given number to the corresponding character.
Note: The ascii character 0 returns an ascii null value. Zim sees the null character as an End of Line character and stops outputting data. In addition, the ascii character 32 (a space) translates to a 0 since the $tochr function expects a number as the parameter. So, $tochr (” “) translates to $tochr(0) and results in the null value. No matter how encountered, a null value in a string truncates the string at the first null character encountered.
If number is negative or greater than 255, the result of the function is $Null.
The character produced by the $tochr function can be converted back to a decimal number by the $toord function.
Ordinal number refers to the decimal numbers 0 to 255 that you computer uses to represent the characters available on your system.
Evaluates to a space (on ASCII machines).
Evaluates to “Z”.