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Problem Statement - Converting input char to int and print ascii

Write a c++ program to collect a single character from the user and print ascii code of the same character and its next character.


TC++ #2307


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Run Output

Input a character: R
ASCII of input character 82
ASCII of next character 83

char ch; cout<<“Input a character: “; cin>>ch;
Here we are collecting the user input in the char data type variable ch.

cout<<“ASCII of input character “<<(int)ch<<endl;
Here the character output is being typecasted to (int) so that its ascii code can be printed.

cout<<“ASCII of next character “<<ch+1<<endl;
Here we are adding 1 to the ch. When such mathematical operation is done on a character data type it first converted  to integer ascii code and then the number is added. Now although the original variable ch remains a char data type but ch+1 will be a number and suitable ascii value shall be printed.


  • Casting operations can be done in function style manner in as int(ch) also.


sunmitra| Created: 6-Jan-2018 | Updated: 29-Nov-2018|

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