Printing chars and their ASCII-code in C

How do I print a char and its equivalent ASCII value in C?
So far there seems to be no correct answer among the 12 answers. Many fail at limiting the values to the 0 to 127 range as ASCII is a 7 bit encoding, and so far none has solved the problem that the numerical value of a character in C doesn't have to be the ASCII value! The system/compiler could also be using something like EBCDIC encoding, then the numerical value of an 'a' would not be the ASCII value of an 'a' in C.

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