char-int character => integer
Arguments and Values:
integer---a non-negative integer.
Returns a non-negative integer encoding the character object. The manner in which the integer is computed is implementation-dependent. In contrast to sxhash, the result is not guaranteed to be independent of the particular Lisp image.
If character has no implementation-defined attributes, the results of char-int and char-code are the same.
(char= c1 c2) == (= (char-int c1) (char-int c2))for characters c1 and c2.
(char-int #\A) => 65 ; implementation A (char-int #\A) => 577 ; implementation B (char-int #\A) => 262145 ; implementation C
Affected By: None.
Exceptional Situations: None.