Decimal Character

48 0

49 1

50 2

51 3

52 4

53 5

54 6

55 7

56 8

57 9

In this table this 0-9 digits are ascii characters for which each of them has corresponding value.

I know that "Everything in memory is treated as numerical values. Computer does not understand ASCII or character values"

1:

**WE KNOW THAT**

char a ='1'; treats 1 as a character

int a = 1;. treats 1 as a integer data type then 1 is a integer or a character?

**ASCII code is the numerical representation of charcters**then HOW numeric no 0-9 can be treated as characters?They are meant to be integers or numerals right??*2:*char a ='1'; treats 1 as a character

int a = 1;. treats 1 as a integer data type then 1 is a integer or a character?