|Description:||Returns the character in the specified position of the processor's character set. It is the inverse of the function ICHAR.|
|Class:||Elemental function; Generic|
|Arguments:||I||Must be of type integer with a value in the range 0 to n - 1, where n is the number of characters in the processor's character set.|
|KIND (opt)||Must be a scalar integer initialization expression.|
|Results:||The result type is character with length 1.
The kind parameter is that of default character type.
The result is the character in position I of the processor's character set. ICHAR(CHAR (I, KIND(C))) has the value I for 0 to n - 1 and CHAR(ICHAR(C), KIND(C)) has the value C for any character C capable of representation in the processor.
|Specific Name||Argument Type||Result Type|
|1 This specific function cannot be passed as an actual argument.|
CHAR (76) has the value
CHAR (94) has the value