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The Clib Convert Character to ASCII method clears every bit of the value that the char argument contains except for the seven least significant bits. The result is a seven-bit C representation of the character. It returns this value as a seven-bit ASCII representation.
The arguments for this method are the same as the arguments for the Clib Is Alphabetic method. For more information, see Table 183.
For more information, see Clib Is ASCII Method.
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