From: Mike Ayers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Aug 29 2006 - 17:29:08 CDT
Richard Wordingham wrote:
> Perhaps I've misunderstood the question,
That's OK. So far everyone has. What the OP wants is basically a .NET
equivalent of CHR(n), that is, a function which, given a Unicode
codepoint value, returns the character represented by that value.
I believe that the best answer is ChrW:
...although this may be VB specific. Note that this appears to
actually manage UTF-16 code values instead of Unicode codepoints. To go
from hex values:
...works for variable values. I do not know if there is a notation for
hexadecimal constants, but you can always use the Windows desk
calculator to find the decimal value.
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