You can also run
man asciito get the ASCII table.
Note: All of the code needs to be run in the python3 console
To get a value of a character in python run:
This should give you the result of 97.
To get the character of a ASCII value in python run:
This should give you the result of 'a'
These built in functions only take 1 argument so if we want to get the ASCII representation of a string then a for loop needs to be implemented.
This would look something like this:
word = input("Please enter a word: ") for char in word: print(ord(char))
If we run this with the word hello then we should get the result:
104 101 108 108 111
To store these values in a array this would be implemented by adding the following code.
word = input("Please enter a word: ") char_array =  for char in word: char_array.append(ord(char)) print(char_array)
If we run this code with the word hello we should get the result:
[104, 101, 108, 108, 111]