chr() function returns the string denoting a character whose Unicode code point is an integer.
The chr() function,in Python version 3.0, it got removed and got re-added in Python 3.2.
For example, the chr(122) returns the string ‘z’ whereas the chr(1212) returns the string ‘Ҽ
>>> chr(122) 'z' >>> chr(1212) 'Ҽ' >>>
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