.codePointAt()

Returns the Unicode value at the given index in the string.

Syntax

string.codePointAt(int index)
  • index (required): Integer value that represents the index of the Unicode value you want to retrieve.

Example 1

Print the Unicode value of the first character in the string "Hi":

String greeting = "Hi";
System.out.println(greeting.codePointAt(0));
// Output: 72

Example 2

Here’s a whole Java program that prints the Unicode value of the first character in the string "Hello World":

class FirstCharacterUnicodeValue {
public static void main(String[] args) {
String greeting = "Hello World";
System.out.println(greeting.codePointAt(0));
// Output: 72
}
}

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