CHAR(x) returns the character at position x in the string.
CHAR is a function in Excel that takes a single character as an input and returns the character's ASCII value. The syntax for CHAR is CHAR(number), where number is the ASCII value of the character you want to return.
CHAR is a function in Excel that converts a character string to a number. The function takes two arguments: the character string and the starting position. The starting position is the number of the first character in the string that you want Excel to convert. The function returns the character code for the first character in the string. An example of how to use the CHAR function is shown below. In the example, the function is used to convert the string "Hello" to the number 72.
The result of the function is 72.
There are many instances where you should not use CHAR in Excel. One example is when you are trying to create a text string with a specific length. If you use CHAR, Excel will pad the string with spaces until it reaches the desired length, which may not be what you want. Another instance where you should not use CHAR is when you are trying to concatenate text strings. If you do not use CHAR, Excel will automatically concatenate the text strings, but if you use CHAR, Excel will insert a space between each text string.