Character Codes

AC;

ASCII-EBCDIC Character Set
The HTML Document Character Set

sample description:
    ISO 8859-1      
  Symbol Description In HTML, type this: ...or this: included in windows-1252 char. set?
      no-break space/
non-breaking space
    Y
¡ ¡ inverted exclamation mark ¡ ¡  
¢ ¢ Cent sign ¢    
£ £ Pound sterling £    
¤ ¤ General currency sign ¤    
¥ ¥ Yen sign ¥   U+00A1 ISOnum
¦ ¦ Broken vertical bar      

Use the following tag in HTML to use the Microsoft Windows character set:
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=windows-1252">

A single 16-bit number is assigned to each code element defined by the Unicode Standard. Each of these 16-bit numbers is called a code value and, when referred to in text, is listed in hexadecimal form following the prefix "U". For example, the code value U+0041 is the hexadecimal number 0041 (equal to the decimal number 65). It represents the character "A" in the Unicode Standard.



HTML Character Set

Based on [ISO-8859-1]

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REFERENCE DESCRIPTION windows-1252 ENTITY ASCII
Dec Hex
&#13; (carriage return)
&#32; (space)
&#33; ! Exclimation Mark ! 33 21
&#34; " Quotation Mark " &quot; 34 22
&#35; # Number Sign,
Octothorp, "pound"
# 35 23
&#36; $ Dollar Sign, USD $ 36 24
&#34; " Quotation Mark " &quot; 34 22
&#34; " Quotation Mark " &quot; 34 22
&#34; " Quotation Mark " &quot; 34 22
&#34; " Quotation Mark " &quot; 34 22
&#34; " Quotation Mark " &quot; 34 22
REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

Last Updated on 10/11/1999
By Liberty Miller