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JavaScript - String codePointAt() method example

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// ONLINE-RUNNER:browser;

var text = 'π★🍎';

console.log(text.codePointAt(0)); // 960
console.log(text.codePointAt(1)); // 9733
console.log(text.codePointAt(2)); // 127822

Documentation

SyntaxString codePointAt(index)
Parametersindex - position of an element in the string
Result

A decimal number representing the code point value of the character at the given index.

If there's no element at the given index, the method returns undefined.

DescriptionThe codePointAt() method is used to return a non-negative integer that is the unicode code point value at the given position.

References

  1. String.prototype.codePointAt() - JavaScript | MDN

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  1. JavaScript - String.prototype.codePointAt() documentation with examples
  2. js - String codePointAt() method documentation with examples
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