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Convert ascii number to character

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I am looking for a perl 4 function similar to the basic  chr$ fucntion.  I want to convert a number to it's ascii equivalent character.

ie  $char = something(number from 0-255)
if the right side is 65 I want the left side to be "A" etc.
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$char = pack("C",$number);

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