# how to use the function ord()?

ord? there no example.

and other function like lambda?, no in index of Sage Reference Manual

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`ord?`

you will see this is a Python builtin. Lambda is also a builtin, though a statement, not a function. Since neither of these is a *Sage* function, they aren't in the reference manual (though `lambda`

is mentioned in various places in some tutorials and even some examples in the reference manual for other things, I believe).

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