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Creates a string from a number of Unicode character values.
String.fromCharCode(code1, code2, ..., coden)
The code argument is the series of Unicode character values to convert into a string.
A String object need not be created before calling fromCharCode.
The following example returns the string "plain":test = String.fromCharCode(112, 108, 97, 105, 110);
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