JavaScript String.fromCharCode() method

The String.fromCharCode() method in JavaScript is used to create a string from a sequence of Unicode code points. This method takes one or more Unicode code point values as arguments, and returns a new string that is the result of converting each code point value to a character.

Here is an example of how the String.fromCharCode() method works:

const result = String.fromCharCode(72, 101, 108, 108, 111);


console.log(result);
// the result will be: 'Hello'

In the code example above, we use the String.fromCharCode() method to create a string from a sequence of Unicode code point values. The String.fromCharCode() method takes one or more code point values as arguments, and returns a new string that is the result of converting each code point value to a character. In this case, we pass in the code point values for the letters H, e, l, l, and o as the arguments to the String.fromCharCode() method.

As a result of calling the String.fromCharCode() method, the result variable will be set to 'Hello', which is the string created by converting the code point values to characters.

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