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ASCII Character Set

ASCII stands for American Standard Code for Information Interchange. Although not in use much any more, this table of ASCII characters was an indispensable tool for software programmers in the olden DOS days. The ones above 127 used to be referred to as the escape sequence characters. Tables, frames, and entire drawings were constructed using them. Nowadays, if you need the characters, you simply launch the Character Map applet provided with Windows (or the equivalent Mac applet).

To generate any of the ASCII characters here, hold down the Alt key and quickly type the number on the Numeric Keypad (not the number across the top of the keyboard). The proper characters do not display in all fonts. This table uses the Arial font, but it also works for Times New Roman and Tahoma. Verdana does not seem to work for all characters. Characters 0 through 31 has some special commands used to control things like linefeed, cursor direction, form feed and space. A list is provided after the ASCII table.

   33! 34" 35# 36$ 37  38& 39'
40(41)42*43+44,45-46.47/
480491502513524535546557
56857958:59;60<61=62>63?
64@65A66B67C68D69E70F71G
72H73I74J75K76L77M78N79O
80P81Q82R83S84T85U86V87W
88X89Y90Z91[92 93]94^95_
96`97a98b99c100d101e102f103g
104h105i106j107k108l109m110n111o
112p113q114r115s116t117u118v119w
120x121y122z123{124|125}126~127
128Ç129ü130é131â132ä133à134å135ç
136ê137ë138è139ï140î141ì142Ä143Å
144É145æ146Æ147ô148ö149ò150û151ù
152ÿ153Ö154Ü155¢156£157¥158159ƒ
160á161í162ó163ú164ñ165Ñ166ª167º
168¿169170¬171½172¼173¡174«175»
176177178179180181182183
184185186187188189190191
192193194195196197198199
200201202203204205206207
208209210211212213214215
216217218219220221222223
224α225ß226Γ227π228Σ229σ230µ231τ
232Φ233Θ234Ω235δ236237φ238ε239
240241±242243244245246÷247
248°249250·251252253²254255 
0  null11  ♂ (home)22  ▬
1  ☺12  ♀ (form feed)23  ↨
2  ☻13  ♪ (carriage return)24  ↑
3  ♥14  ♫25  ↓
4  ♦15  ☼26  →
5  ♣16  ►27  ←
6  ♠17  ◄28  ∟ (cursor right)
7  • (beep)18  ↕29  ↔ (cursor left)
8  ◘19  ‼30  ▲ (cursor up)
9  ○ (tab)20  ¶31  ▼ (cursor down)
10  ◙ (line feed)21  §32  (space)

 

 

Posted on July 12, 2004

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