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The command line tool "chars" is used to display and manipulate characters in the command prompt or terminal. It allows you to view and perform different operations on characters, such as converting them to their ASCII or Unicode values, finding character frequencies, counting character occurrences, and more.

Here are a few examples of how the "chars" command line tool can be used:

  1. Displaying ASCII values: You can use "chars -a" or "chars --ascii" to display the ASCII code values for each character.

  2. Counting character occurrences: By using "chars -c" or "chars --count", you can find the frequency of occurrence for each character in a given string or file.

  3. Converting characters to Unicode: The command "chars -u" or "chars --unicode" allows you to convert characters to their respective Unicode values.

  4. Generating random characters: If you want to generate a random sequence of characters, you can use the "chars -r" or "chars --random" option.

Overall, the "chars" command line tool provides various features related to characters and can be handy for tasks that involve character manipulation, analysis, and conversion.

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