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ASCII Character Set

The ASCII character set contains numbers from 0-9, the uppercase and lowercase English letters from A to Z, and some special characters.

Printable Characters

The following table lists the printable characters and their equivalent HTML entity codes.

ASCII Character HTML Entity Code Description
    space
! ! exclamation mark
" " quotation mark
# # number sign
$ $ dollar sign
% % percent sign
& & ampersand
' ' apostrophe
( ( left parenthesis
) ) right parenthesis
* * asterisk
+ + plus sign
, , comma
- - hyphen
. . period
/ / slash
0 0 digit 0
1 1 digit 1
2 2 digit 2
3 3 digit 3
4 4 digit 4
5 5 digit 5
6 6 digit 6
7 7 digit 7
8 8 digit 8
9 9 digit 9
: : colon
; &#59; semicolon
< &#60; less-than
= &#61; equals-to
> &#62; greater-than
? &#63; question mark
@ &#64; at sign
A &#65; uppercase A
B &#66; uppercase B
C &#67; uppercase C
D &#68; uppercase D
E &#69; uppercase E
F &#70; uppercase F
G &#71; uppercase G
H &#72; uppercase H
I &#73; uppercase I
J &#74; uppercase J
K &#75; uppercase K
L &#76; uppercase L
M &#77; uppercase M
N &#78; uppercase N
O &#79; uppercase O
P &#80; uppercase P
Q &#81; uppercase Q
R &#82; uppercase R
S &#83; uppercase S
T &#84; uppercase T
U &#85; uppercase U
V &#86; uppercase V
W &#87; uppercase W
X &#88; uppercase X
Y &#89; uppercase Y
Z &#90; uppercase Z
[ &#91; left square bracket
\ &#92; backslash
] &#93; right square bracket
^ &#94; caret
_ &#95; underscore
` &#96; grave accent
a &#97; lowercase a
b &#98; lowercase b
c &#99; lowercase c
d &#100; lowercase d
e &#101; lowercase e
f &#102; lowercase f
g &#103; lowercase g
h &#104; lowercase h
i &#105; lowercase i
j &#106; lowercase j
k &#107; lowercase k
l &#108; lowercase l
m &#109; lowercase m
n &#110; lowercase n
o &#111; lowercase o
p &#112; lowercase p
q &#113; lowercase q
r &#114; lowercase r
s &#115; lowercase s
t &#116; lowercase t
u &#117; lowercase u
v &#118; lowercase v
w &#119; lowercase w
x &#120; lowercase x
y &#121; lowercase y
z &#122; lowercase z
{ &#123; left curly brace
| &#124; vertical bar
} &#125; right curly brace
~ &#126; tilde

Device Control Characters

The device control characters were originally designed to control hardware devices but are not used inside an HTML document.

ASCII Character HTML Entity Code Description
NUL &#00; null character
SOH &#01; start of header
STX &#02; start of text
ETX &#03; end of text
EOT &#04; end of transmission
ENQ &#05; enquiry
ACK &#06; acknowledge
BEL &#07; bell (ring)
BS &#08; backspace
HT &#09; horizontal tab
LF &#10; line feed
VT &#11; vertical tab
FF &#12; form feed
CR &#13; carriage return
SO &#14; shift out
SI &#15; shift in
DLE &#16; data link escape
DC1 &#17; device control 1
DC2 &#18; device control 2
DC3 &#19; device control 3
DC4 &#20; device control 4
NAK &#21; negative acknowledge
SYN &#22; synchronize
ETB &#23; end transmission block
CAN &#24; cancel
EM &#25; end of medium
SUB &#26; substitute
ESC &#27; escape
FS &#28; file separator
GS &#29; group separator
RS &#30; record separator
US &#31; unit separator
     
DEL &#127; delete (rubout)


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