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CHAR: the reverse of the ASCII function as it changes a numeric value in to an ASCII character

1> --CHAR: the reverse of the ASCII function as it changes a numeric value in to an ASCII character.
2>
3> DECLARE @ASCII_VALUE INT
4> SET @ASCII_VALUE = 82
5SELECT CHAR(@ASCII_VALUE)
6>
7> GO

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