String object that allows you to convert a Unicode number.
A Unicode number is a unique number representing a character that’s acknowledged as the global identifier for that character in the world of information technology.
The Unicode number provides a consistent and compatible representation of each character in many technological systems.
For example, the Unicode number
A the uppercase letter, while Unicode number
a the lowercase letter.
For the full list of Unicode number, refer to Wikipedia here
You can use the method by calling it directly from the
String object instead of the object’s instance.
fromCharCode() syntax is as follows:
String.fromCharCode(unicodeNum, unicodeNum, ...);
You are free to pass one or more Unicode numbers as you need. The method will return an empty string
"" if you don’t pass any valid Unicode numbers.
Here’s an example of the method in action:
String.fromCharCode(65); // "A" String.fromCharCode(65, 66, 67); // "ABC" String.fromCharCode(72, 69, 89); // "HEY" String.fromCharCode(); // ""
The return value of the method will be a