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    ASCII Character Object

    Extension Name: ASCII Character Object
    Author: Jaffob
    Version: 1.0
    Category: Text
    License: Free for MMF2 Standard and MMF2 Developer, no credit required.

    Description: I made this extension two years ago or so, but for some reason never ended up releasing it. I found it today packaged in a ZIP file ready for release so I decided to post it here.

    This is a simple extension with 2 expressions. One converts a text character to a number representing its ASCII index, the other converts the number back to a character.
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    Re: ASCII Character Object

    This functionality already exists in String Parser (which is cross-runtime):

    Code:
    chr$( "String Parser", > Enter value here <)
    asc( "String Parser", > Enter string here <)

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    Re: ASCII Character Object

    Yes, and also an ASCII object was already released some time ago. I completely forgot to check for similar extensions when I released this one.
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