Returns the class number for char. If char is a string, this function uses the first character in the string. If char is a number, this function interprets it as the ASCII value of a character.
A scalar string or number, clusters of strings or numbers, arrays of strings or numbers, and so on.
Is a number that corresponds to the lexical class.Refer to the ASCII Codes table for the numbers that correspond to each character.
|Class Number||Lexical Class|
|0||Extended characters (codes 128 through 255)|
|1||Non-displayable ASCII characters (codes 0 to 31 excluding 9 through 13)|
|2||Non-displayable ASCII characters (codes 0 to 31 excluding 9 through 13)|
|3||Digits 0 through 9|
|4||Uppercase characters A through Z|
|5||Lowercase characters a through z|
|6||All printable ASCII non-alphanumeric characters|
Where This Node Can Run:
Desktop OS: Windows
FPGA: Not supported