C Program to Find ASCII Value of a Character

This post helps to find ASCII value for a character using the C programming language. Let’s start looking at the source code. 

C Program to Find ASCII Value of a Character

#include<stdio.h>
int main()
{
    char c;
    //GET THE ASCII VALUE FROM THE USER
    printf("ENTER THE CHARACTER:");
    scanf("%c",&c);
    //DISPLAY THE CHARACTER
    //%d is for integer and %c is for character 
    printf("ASCII value of %c=%d",c,c);
    return 0;
}

Output

Capital letter ASCII value

Small letter ASCII value

Explanation

Here this C program helps us find ASCII value for a character, here we get the character from the user, and the character value gets stored in the variable named “c.”

	printf("ENTER THE CHARACTER:");
    scanf("%c",&c);

After allowing the user to enter the character, we proceed to display the required result using the “printf” statement. The user-defined value gets stored in the variable named “c.”

	//%d is for integer and %c is for character 
    printf("ASCII value of %c=%d",c,c);

Here we use the modulus operator as “%c” which displays the character value and “%d” which displays the integer value. 

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