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CHAR: Google Sheets Formulae Explained

How do you use CHAR in Google Sheets?

CHAR is a function in Google Sheets that returns the character at the given position in a string. For example, if you enter the text "Hello, world!" into a cell and use the CHAR function with the number 1 as the position, it will return the letter "H".

What is the syntax of CHAR in Google Sheets?

CHAR is a function in Google Sheets that takes a single character as an input and returns the character's Unicode value. The syntax for CHAR is CHAR(input), where input is the character you want to find the Unicode value for.

What is an example of how to use CHAR in Google Sheets?

CHAR(x) returns the character at position x in the string. For example, CHAR(5) returns the letter "e" in "hello".

When should you not use CHAR in Google Sheets?

There are a few instances when you should not use CHAR in Google Sheets. One is when you are trying to create a text string with multiple character entries. In this situation, you should use the CONCATENATE function. Another time you should not use CHAR is when you are working with large data sets. In this case, using CHAR can slow down the performance of your sheet.

What are some similar formulae to CHAR in Google Sheets?

CHAR(x) returns the character at position x in the string.

=CHAR(65) returns "A" =CHAR(97) returns "a" =CHAR(122) returns "â„¢"

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