UNICHAR function introduced with Excel 2013.
This function returns the unicode character that is referenced by the formula.
where number can be a UNICODE number which represent a character.
For Example, 100 represents a character "d" and if we use the formula as given below:-
we will get "d" as output.
Note:- if the number in this formula reference is either Zero or outside the allowable range, then formula will return #VALUE! error.
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