UNICODE

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Returns the Unicode number that corresponds to the first character of the given text.

Sample Usage

UNICODE(" ")
UNICODE("Berlin")
UNICODE(C5)

Syntax

UNICODE(text)

  • text - The text containing the character to be evaluated. 

 

Examples

UNICODE(" ") returns the Unicode number corresponding to a blank space - 32. 
UNICODE("Berlin") returns the Unicode number corresponding to the first character 'B' and returns 66. 
UNICODE("Baghdad") also returns 66. 
UNICODE(C5) returns the Unicode number corresponding to the first character of the given text C5.

Notes

  • The UNICODE function works properly only when the input string is not empty and the first character has a Unicode representation.