Returns the character that corresponds to the specified character code.
Chr[$](charcode As Integer) As String
charcode: a numeric expression that represents a valid 8-bit ASCII value (0-255) or a 16-bit Unicode value. (To support expressions with a nominally negative argument like Chr(&H8000) in a backwards-compatible way, values in the range −32768 to −1 are internally mapped to the range 32768 to 65535.)
When VBA compatibility mode is enabled (Option VBASupport 1), charcode is a numeric expression that represents a valid 8-bit ASCII value (0-255) only.
Use the Chr$ function to send special control sequences to a printer or to another output source. You can also use it to insert quotation marks in a string expression.
An overflow error will occur when VBA compatibility mode is enabled and the expression value is greater than 255.
Sub ExampleChr REM This example inserts quotation marks (ASCII value 34) in a string. MsgBox "A " + Chr$(34) + "short" + Chr(34) + " trip." REM The printout appears in the dialog as: A "short" trip. MsgBox Chr(charcode := 64) ' "@" sign End Sub