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Default unwanted conversion from char to ascii

hi, from this code as input
char get_op( )
    char result;

        cout << "Please enter an operator for the expression node: ";
        cin >> result;
        cout << result << " has been read." << endl;
    }while(strchr("+-*/", result) == NULL);

    return result;
to this code as implementation:
template <class Item>
       void expression<Item>::insert_left(const char op, const Item& entry)

        if(root_ptr == NULL)
            root_ptr = new exp_tree_node<Item>(op);
            root_ptr->set_left(new exp_tree_node<Item>(entry) );


when op is accessed and displayed it shows as ascii and not the intended operator(+-*/) any idea why this is happening??
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