How to use charCodeAt in JavaScript

In this article we will discuss about How to use charCodeAt() Method in JavaScript.
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The charCodeAt() Method is used to return the Unicode value of the character at the particular given index. The Syntax of this method is as follows:

string.charCodeAt(index);

In the above syntax of charCodeAt() method the parameter index indicates an integer value at which index of the particular character in the string we will get the unicode value.

JavaScript Code:

<html>

<head>

    <title>JavaScript String charCodeAt() Method</title>

</head>

<body>

    <script type="text/javascript">

        var st = new String("God is Great");

        document.write("st.charCodeAt(0) is:" + st.charCodeAt(0));

        document.write("<br />st.charCodeAt(1) is:" + st.charCodeAt(1));

        document.write("<br />st.charCodeAt(2) is:" + st.charCodeAt(2));

        document.write("<br />st.charCodeAt(3) is:" + st.charCodeAt(3));

        document.write("<br />st.charCodeAt(4) is:" + st.charCodeAt(4));

        document.write("<br />st.charCodeAt(5) is:" + st.charCodeAt(5));

    </script>

</body>

</html>

Output:
 myoutput1.jpg

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