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how to get ascii value

 
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Can any one tell me the solution to asii value of user input string or char or integer:
below program which i wrote is not working properly please do help me....

 
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Hi Subhash,
I have used something like below to get the ASCII from String, but I am not sure this is the effective way of getting the same. We can wait for more expert views, but this works for me.

 
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Also can you use a better subject line that reflect the issue you are having instead of "Hello everyone" when you posting anything.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

The problem is that you never reassign x from its original value of 0.
 
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Thank you Shinil and next time onwards ll use proper subject line. Thanks for guiding me.
Through your code i solved my problem
 
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You are welcome
 
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I'm glad you already got an answer. I edited the subject for you so others with the same question read this thread.
 
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Thanks Jeanne ...
this is the solution which may help for others !!!





 
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