Return the character code at the index
i. Similar to
charAt(), except it returns the Unicode 16-bit integer representing the character:
'Flavio'.charCodeAt(0) //70 'Flavio'.charCodeAt(1) //108 'Flavio'.charCodeAt(2) //97
toString() after that will return the hexadecimal number, which you can lookup in Unicode tables like this.
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