ASCII Code

American Standard Code for Information Interchange

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Control ASCII characters

  • 00 NULL (null character)
  • 01 SOH (start heading)
  • 02 STX (start text)
  • 03 ETX (end of text)
  • 04 EOT (end of transmission)
  • 05 ENQ (consultation)
  • 06 ACK (recognition)
  • 07 BEL (bell)
  • 08 BS (backspace)
  • 09 HT (horizontal tab)
  • 10 LF (new line)
  • 11 VT (vertical tab)
  • 12 FF (new page)
  • 13 CR (car return)
  • 14 SO (displaces outside)
  • 15 YES (moves inside)
  • 16 DLE (data link esc)
  • 17 DC1 (control device 1)
  • 18 DC2 (control device 2)
  • 19 DC3 (control device 3)
  • 20 DC4 (control device 4)
  • 21 NAK (negative conf.)
  • 22 SYN (inactivity sínc)
  • 23 ETB (end of trans block)
  • 24 CAN (cancel)
  • 25 EM (middle end)
  • 26 SUB (replacement)
  • 27E SC (escape)
  • 28 FS (sep. files)
  • 29 GS (sep. groups)
  • 30 RS (sep. records)
  • 31 US (sep. units)
  • 12 7DEL (delete)

Printable ASCII characters

  • 32 space
  • 33 !
  • 34 "
  • 35 #
  • 36 $
  • 37 %
  • 38 &
  • 39 '
  • 40 (
  • 41 )
  • 42 *
  • 43 +
  • 44 ,
  • 45 -
  • 46 .
  • 47 /
  • 48 0
  • 49 1
  • 50 2
  • 51 3
  • 52 4
  • 53 5
  • 54 6
  • 55 7
  • 56 8
  • 57 9
  • 58 :
  • 59 ;
  • 60 <
  • 61 =
  • 62 >
  • 63 ?
  • 64 @
  • 65 A
  • 66 B
  • 67 C
  • 68 D
  • 69 E
  • 70 F
  • 71 G
  • 72 H
  • 73 I
  • 74 J
  • 75 K
  • 76 L
  • 77 M
  • 78 N
  • 79 O
  • 80 P
  • 81 Q
  • 82 R
  • 83 S
  • 84 T
  • 85 U
  • 86 V
  • 87 W
  • 88 X
  • 89 Y
  • 90 Z
  • 91 [
  • 92 \
  • 93 ]
  • 94 ^
  • 95 _
  • 96 `
  • 97 a
  • 98 b
  • 99 c
  • 100 d
  • 101 e
  • 102 f
  • 103 g
  • 104 h
  • 105 i
  • 106 j
  • 107 k
  • 108 l
  • 109 m
  • 110 n
  • 111 o
  • 112 p
  • 113 q
  • 114 r
  • 115 s
  • 116 t
  • 117 u
  • 118 v
  • 119 w
  • 120 x
  • 121 y
  • 122 z
  • 123 {
  • 124 |
  • 125 }
  • 126 ~

ASCII extended

  • 128 Ç
  • 129 ü
  • 130 é
  • 131 â
  • 132 ä
  • 133 à
  • 134 å
  • 135 ç
  • 136 ê
  • 137 ë
  • 138 è
  • 139 ï
  • 140 î
  • 141 ì
  • 142 Ä
  • 143 Å
  • 144 É
  • 145 æ
  • 146 Æ
  • 147 ô
  • 148 ö
  • 149 ò
  • 150 û
  • 151 ù
  • 152 ÿ
  • 153 Ö
  • 154 Ü
  • 155 ø
  • 156 £
  • 157 Ø
  • 158 ×
  • 159 ƒ
  • 160 á
  • 161 í
  • 162 ó
  • 163 ú
  • 164 ñ
  • 165 Ñ
  • 166 ª
  • 167 º
  • 168 ¿
  • 169 ®
  • 170 ¬
  • 171 ½
  • 172 ¼
  • 173 ¡
  • 174 «
  • 175 »
  • 176 ░
  • 177 ▒
  • 178 ▓
  • 179 │
  • 180 ┤
  • 181 Á
  • 182 Â
  • 183 À
  • 184 ©
  • 185 ╣
  • 186 ║
  • 187 ╗
  • 188 ╝
  • 189 ¢
  • 190 ¥
  • 191 ┐
  • 192 └
  • 193 ┴
  • 194 ┬
  • 195 ├
  • 196 ─
  • 197 ┼
  • 198 ã
  • 199 Ã
  • 200 ╚
  • 201 ╔
  • 202 ╩
  • 203 ╦
  • 204 ╠
  • 205 ═
  • 206 ╬
  • 207 ¤
  • 208 ð
  • 209 Ð
  • 210 Ê
  • 211 Ë
  • 212 È
  • 213 ı
  • 214 Í
  • 215 Î
  • 216 Ï
  • 217 ┘
  • 218 ┌
  • 219 █
  • 220 ▄
  • 221 ¦
  • 222 Ì
  • 223 ▀
  • 224 Ó
  • 225 ß
  • 226 Ô
  • 227 Ò
  • 228 õ
  • 229 Õ
  • 230 µ
  • 231 þ
  • 232 Þ
  • 233 Ú
  • 234 Û
  • 235 Ù
  • 236 ý
  • 237 Ý
  • 238 ¯
  • 239 ´
  • 240 ≡
  • 241 ±
  • 242 ‗
  • 243 ¾
  • 244 ¶
  • 245 §
  • 246 ÷
  • 247 ¸
  • 248 °
  • 249 ¨
  • 250 ·
  • 251 ¹
  • 252 ³
  • 253 ²
  • 254 ■
  • 255 nbsp

Frecuently used

  • ñ alt + 164
  • Ñ alt + 165
  • @ alt + 64
  • ¿ alt + 168
  • ? alt + 63
  • ¡ alt + 173
  • ! alt + 33
  • : alt + 58
  • / alt + 47
  • \ alt + 92

vowels with accent marks

  • á alt + 160
  • é alt + 130
  • í alt + 161
  • ó alt + 162
  • ú alt + 163
  • Á alt + 181
  • É alt + 144
  • Í alt + 214
  • Ó alt + 224
  • Ú alt + 233

vowels with umlauts

  • ä alt + 132
  • ë alt + 137
  • ï alt + 139
  • ö alt + 148
  • ü alt + 129
  • Ä alt + 142
  • Ë alt + 211
  • Ï alt + 216
  • Ö alt + 153
  • Ü alt + 154

Mathematical Symbols

  • ½ alt + 171
  • ¼ alt + 172
  • ¾ alt + 243
  • ¹ alt + 251
  • ³ alt + 252
  • ² alt + 253
  • ƒ alt + 159
  • ± alt + 241
  • × alt + 158
  • ÷ alt + 246

Commercial symbols

  • $ alt + 36
  • £ alt + 15
  • ¥ alt + 19
  • ¢ alt + 18
  • ¤ alt + 20
  • ® alt + 16
  • © alt + 18
  • ª alt + 16
  • º alt + 16
  • ° alt + 24

Quotation keys and parentheses

  • " alt + 34
  • ' alt + 39
  • ( alt + 40
  • ) alt + 41
  • [ alt + 91
  • ] alt + 93
  • { alt + 123
  • } alt + 125
  • « alt + 174
  • » alt + 175

Complete list of characters, letters, signs and symbols of the ASCII code

Non-printable alphanumeric ASCII characters

  • code ascii 00 = NULL (Null character)
  • code ascii 01 = SOH (Start of heading)
  • ascii code 02 = STX (Start of text)
  • ascii code 03 = ETX (End of text, palo corazon english poker cards)
  • ascii code 04 = EOT (End of transmission, stick diamonds poker cards)
  • ascii code 05 = ENQ (Query, stick clubs english poker cards)
  • ascii code 06 = ACK (Recognition, stick poker poker cards)
  • code ascii 07 = BEL (Timbre)
  • ascii code 08 = BS (Backspace)
  • ascii code 09 = HT (Horizontal Tab)
  • ascii code 10 = LF (New line - line break)
  • ascii code 11 = VT (Vertical Tab)
  • ascii code 12 = FF (New page - page break)
  • ascii code 13 = CR (ENTER - carriage return)
  • code ascii 14 = SO (Displacement outward)
  • ascii code 15 = SI (Scroll inwards)
  • ascii code 16 = DLE (Data Link Escape)
  • code ascii 17 = DC1 (Control device 1)
  • ascii code 18 = DC2 (Device control 2)
  • code ascii 19 = DC3 (Control device 3)
  • code ascii 20 = DC4 (Control device 4)
  • ascii code 21 = NAK (negative confirmation)
  • ascii code 22 = SYN (synchronous inactivity)
  • ascii code 23 = ETB (End of transmission block)
  • ascii code 24 = CAN (Cancel)
  • code ascii 25 = EM (End of the medium)
  • code ascii 26 = SUB (Substitution)
  • ascii code 27 = ESC (Esc - escape)
  • ascii code 28 = FS (File Separator)
  • ascii code 29 = GS (Group Separator)
  • ascii code 30 = RS (Record Separator)
  • ascii code 31 = US (Units separator)
  • ascii code 127 = DEL (DEL - Delete, delete, delete)

Printable alphanumeric ASCII characters

  • ascii code 32 = space (Blank space)
  • ascii code 33 =! (Exclamation signs, sign of admiration)
  • ascii code 34 = "(double quotation marks, high or English quotes)
  • ascii code 35 = # (Numeral or pad)
  • code ascii 36 = $ (Sign pesos)
  • ascii code 37 =% (Percentage sign - percent)
  • ascii code 38 = & (Y - ampersand - et latina)
  • ascii code 39 = '(single quotation marks, apostrophe)
  • ascii code 40 = ((Open parentheses)
  • ascii code 41 =) (Closes parentheses)
  • ascii code 42 = * (Asterisk)
  • ascii code 43 = + (plus sign, sum, positive)
  • ascii code 44 =, (Coma)
  • ascii code 45 = - (Sign minus, subtraction, negative, middle dash)
  • ascii code 46 =. (Point)
  • ascii code 47 = / (Slash, division, quotient operator)
  • ascii code 48 = 0 (Number zero)
  • ascii code 49 = 1 (Number one)
  • ascii code 50 = 2 (Number two)
  • code ascii 51 = 3 (Number three)
  • ascii code 52 = 4 (Number four)
  • code ascii 53 = 5 (Number five)
  • code ascii 54 = 6 (Number six)
  • code ascii 55 = 7 (Number seven)
  • ascii code 56 = 8 (Number eight)
  • ascii code 57 = 9 (Number nine)
  • ascii code 58 =: (colon)
  • ascii code 59 =; (Semicolon)
  • ascii code 60 = <(Less than)
  • ascii code 61 = = (Equal sign, equality, same as)
  • ascii code 62 => (Greater than)
  • ascii code 63 =? (Close question mark)
  • code ascii 64 = @ (Arroba)
  • ascii code 65 = A (capital letter A)
  • ascii code 66 = B (capital letter B)
  • ascii code 67 = C (capital letter C)
  • ascii code 68 = D (capital letter D)
  • ascii code 69 = E (capital letter E)
  • ascii code 70 = F (capital letter F)
  • ascii code 71 = G (capital letter G)
  • ascii code 72 = H (capital letter H)
  • ascii code 73 = I (capital letter I)
  • ascii code 74 = J (capital letter J)
  • ascii code 75 = K (capital letter K)
  • ascii code 76 = L (capital letter L)
  • ascii code 77 = M (capital letter M)
  • ascii code 78 = N (capital letter N)
  • ascii code 79 = O (capital letter O)
  • ascii code 80 = P (capital letter P)
  • ascii code 81 = Q (Letter Q uppercase)
  • ascii code 82 = R (capital letter R)
  • ascii code 83 = S (capital letter S)
  • ascii code 84 = T (capital letter T)
  • ascii code 85 = U (capital letter U)
  • ascii code 86 = V (capital letter V)
  • ascii code 87 = W (Letter W upper case)
  • ascii code 88 = X (Letter X uppercase)
  • ascii code 89 = Y (Letter Y uppercase)
  • ascii code 90 = Z (capital letter Z)
  • ascii code 91 = [(Open brackets)
  • ascii code 92 = \ (Backslash, backslash, backslash)
  • ascii code 93 =] (Close brackets)
  • ascii code 94 = ^ (Intercalation - circumflex accent)
  • ascii code 95 = _ (underscore, underscore, sub-script)
  • ascii code 96 = `(Accent grave)
  • code ascii 97 = a (Letter a lowercase)
  • code ascii 98 = b (Letter b lowercase)
  • code ascii 99 = c (Letter c lowercase)
  • code ascii 100 = d (Letter d lowercase
  • code ascii 101 = e (Letter e lowercase
  • ascii code 102 = f (Letter f lowercase
  • ascii code 103 = g (Letter g lowercase
  • ascii code 104 = h (Letter h lowercase
  • ascii code 105 = i (Letter i lowercase
  • ascii code 106 = j (Letter j lowercase
  • ascii code 107 = k (Letter k lowercase
  • ascii code 108 = l (Letter l lowercase
  • ascii code 109 = m (Letter m lowercase
  • ascii code 110 = n (Letter n lowercase
  • ascii code 111 = o (Letter o lowercase
  • ascii code 112 = p (Letter p lowercase
  • ascii code 113 = q (Letter q lowercase
  • ascii code 114 = r (Letter r lowercase
  • ascii code 115 = s (Small letter s
  • ascii code 116 = t (Small letter t
  • ascii code 117 = u (Letter u lowercase
  • ascii code 118 = v (Letter v lowercase
  • ascii code 119 = w (Letter w lowercase
  • ascii code 120 = x (Letter x lowercase
  • ascii code 121 = y (Letter y lowercase
  • ascii code 122 = z (Small letter z
  • ascii code 123 = {(Open curved key - curved keys)
  • ascii code 124 = | (Vertical bar, pleca, vertical line)
  • ascii code 125 =} (Close key - curved keys)
  • ascii code 126 = ~ (Equivalence sign, tilde or tilde of the ñ)

Printable extended ASCII characters

  • ascii code 128 = Ç (Letter C capital letter)
  • ascii code 129 = ü (Letter u with diaeresis)
  • ascii code 130 = é (lowercase letter e with acute accent)
  • ascii code 131 = â (Letter a lowercase with circumflex accent)
  • ascii code 132 = ä (Letter a lowercase with umlaut)
  • ascii code 133 = à (lowercase letter with a severe accent)
  • ascii code 134 = å (Letter a lowercase with ring)
  • ascii code 135 = ç (Letter c tiny letter)
  • ascii code 136 = ê (lowercase letter e with circumflex accent)
  • ascii code 137 = ë (lowercase letter e with umlaut)
  • ascii code 138 = è (lowercase letter e with a severe accent)
  • ascii code 139 = ï (Letter i with diaeresis)
  • ascii code 140 = î (lower case letter i with circumflex accent)
  • ascii code 141 = ì (lowercase letter i with a grave accent)
  • ascii code 142 = Ä (Capital letter A with umlaut)
  • ascii code 143 = Å (capital letter A with ring)
  • ascii code 144 = É (capital letter E with acute accent)
  • code ascii 145 = æ (Latin Diphthong and lowercase)
  • ascii code 146 = Æ (Latin Diphthong AE upper case)
  • ascii code 147 = ô (Letter o lowercase with circumflex accent)
  • ascii code 148 = ö (Letter o lowercase with umlaut)
  • ascii code 149 = ò (Letter o lowercase with a grave accent)
  • ascii code 150 = û (lowercase letter u with circumflex accent)
  • ascii code 151 = ù (Lowercase letter u with a low accent)
  • ascii code 152 = ÿ (Letter and lowercase with diaeresis)
  • ascii code 153 = Ö (capital letter O with umlaut)
  • ascii code 154 = Ü (capital letter U with diaeresis)
  • ascii code 155 = ø (Letter or lowercase with slash)
  • ascii code 156 = £ (Sign Pound Sterling)
  • ascii code 157 = Ø (capital letter O with slash)
  • ascii code 158 = × (multiplication sign)
  • ascii code 159 = ƒ (Function symbol, Dutch florin)
  • ascii code 160 = á (Letter a minuscule with acute accent)
  • code ascii 161 = í (Letter i lower case with acute accent)
  • ascii code 162 = ó (Letter o lowercase with acute accent)
  • ascii code 163 = ú (lowercase letter u with acute accent)
  • ascii code 164 = ñ (Letter eñe lowercase - letter n with tilde - enie)
  • ascii code 165 = Ñ (Capital letter EÑE - letter N with tilde - ENIE)
  • ascii code 166 = ª (Female Ordinal, female gender indicator)
  • ascii code 167 = º (Male Ordinal, male gender indicator)
  • ascii code 168 = (Open interrogation sign)
  • ascii code 169 = ® (Trademark Symbol)
  • ascii code 170 = ¬ (Denial sign)
  • ascii code 171 = ½ (One half, half, fraction)
  • ascii code 172 = ¼ (One quarter, one quarter, fraction)
  • ascii code 173 = (Opens exclamation marks, sign of admiration)
  • ascii code 174 = «(Opens low, angular, Latin or Spanish quotes)
  • ascii code 175 = »(Close low, angle, Latin or Spanish quotes)
  • ascii code 176 = ░ (Block color screening low density, graphic character)
  • ascii code 177 = ▒ (Block color screening medium density, graphic)
  • ascii code 178 = ▓ (High-density screening block, graphic character)
  • ascii code 179 = │ (Vertical simple line of graphic box)
  • ascii code 180 = ┤ (Vertical line with pie-chart junction)
  • ascii code 181 = Á (Capital letter with acute accent)
  • ascii code 182 = Â (Capital letter A with circumflex accent)
  • ascii code 183 = À (Capital letter A with a severe accent)
  • ascii code 184 = © (Copyright Symbol, under copyright)
  • ascii code 185 = ╣ (Double vertical line left splice, graphic)
  • ascii code 186 = ║ (Vertical double lines of graphic box, vertical)
  • ascii code 187 = ╗ (Double line upper right corner of box)
  • ascii code 188 = ╝ (Double line bottom right corner of box)
  • ascii code 189 = ¢ (Cent, cent or hundredth sign)
  • ascii code 190 = ¥ (Japanese YEN money sign, Chinese YUAN)
  • ascii code 191 = ┐ (Simple line corner of graphic frame)
  • ascii code 192 = └ (Simple line corner of graphic frame)
  • ascii code 193 = ┴ (Horizontal line with pie-chart junction)
  • ascii code 194 = ┬ (Horizontal line with pie-chart junction)
  • ascii code 195 = ├ (Vertical line with pie-chart junction)
  • ascii code 196 = ─ (Simple horizontal line of graphic box)
  • ascii code 197 = ┼ (Simple lines, graphic frame junctions)
  • ascii code 198 = ã (Letter a lowercase with tilde)
  • ascii code 199 = Ã (Capital letter A with tilde)
  • ascii code 200 = ╚ (Double line lower left corner of box)
  • ascii code 201 = ╔ (double line upper left corner of box)
  • ascii code 202 = ╩ (Double horizontal line splice above, box)
  • ascii code 203 = ╦ (Double horizontal line splice below, box)
  • ascii code 204 = ╠ (Double vertical line, right splice, box)
  • ascii code 205 = ═ (Double horizontal lines of graphic box)
  • ascii code 206 = ╬ (Double lines crossing of graphic lines)
  • ascii code 207 = ¤ (Monetary sign - general currency)
  • code ascii 208 = ð (Letter eth latina tiny)
  • ascii code 209 = Ð (Letter eth latina capital)
  • ascii code 210 = Ê (capital letter E with circumflex accent)
  • ascii code 211 = Ë (capital letter E with umlaut)
  • ascii code 212 = È (capital letter E with a severe accent)
  • code ascii 213 = ı (Letter minuscula i no dot)
  • code ascii 214 = Í (Letter i capital with acute accent)
  • ascii code 215 = Î (Capital letter I with circumflex accent)
  • ascii code 216 = Ï (Letter i capital letter with umlaut)
  • ascii code 217 = ┘ (Simple line corner of graphic frame)
  • ascii code 218 = ┌ (Simple line corner of graphic frame)
  • ascii code 219 = █ (Full color solid block, graphic character)
  • ascii code 220 = (Half black block, lower half, graphic character)
  • ascii code 221 = | (Vertical split bar)
  • ascii code 222 = Ì (Capital letter I with a severe accent)
  • ascii code 223 = ▀ (Half black block, upper half, graphic character)
  • ascii code 224 = Ó (Letter or uppercase with acute accent)
  • code ascii 225 = ß (German letter eszett or ese-zeta)
  • ascii code 226 = Ô (Capital letter O with circumflex accent)
  • ascii code 227 = Ò (Capital letter O with a grave accent)
  • ascii code 228 = õ (Letter o lowercase with tilde)
  • ascii code 229 = Õ (Letter O, capital with tilde)
  • ascii code 230 = μ (Micro sign)
  • ascii code 231 = þ (Latin letter thorn minuscule)
  • ascii code 232 = Þ (Latin letter thorn upper case)
  • ascii code 233 = Ú (capital letter U with acute accent)
  • ascii code 234 = Û (Capital letter U with circumflex accent)
  • ascii code 235 = Ù (Capital letter U with a severe accent)
  • ascii code 236 = ý (Letter and lowercase with acute accent)
  • ascii code 237 = Ý (Letter Y capital with acute accent)
  • ascii code 238 = ¯ (Macron (long mark), super-script, high hyphen)
  • code ascii 239 = '(acute accent)
  • ascii code 240 = ≡ (Mathematical symbol of congruence, equivalence)
  • code ascii 241 = ± (Sign plus minus)
  • ascii code 242 = ‗ (ASCII 242)
  • ascii code 243 = ¾ (Three quarters, fraction)
  • ascii code 244 = ¶ (End of paragraph - sign of pilot)
  • ascii code 245 = § (Section sign)
  • ascii code 246 = ÷ (Division sign)
  • ascii code 247 = ¸ (Cedilla, low virgulilla)
  • code ascii 248 = ° (Sign of degree, ring)
  • code ascii 249 = ¨ (Diéresis)
  • ascii code 250 = · (centered point, midpoint, Georgian comma)
  • ascii code 251 = ¹ (Superscript one)
  • ascii code 252 = ³ (Superscript three, power three, cubed)
  • ascii code 253 = ² (Superscript two, squared)
  • ascii code 254 = ■ (Black square, graphic character)
  • ascii code 255 = nbsp (Space without separation - non breaking space)

How to use the ASCII code

Both windows and Linux in certain situations you can not use the symbols from the keyboard, you should do the following:

History

ASCII (American acronym for American Standard Code for Information Interchange - American Standard Code for the Exchange of Information-), generally pronounced [áski] 1: 6 or (rarely) [ásθi], is a character code based in the Latin alphabet, as it is used in modern English. It was created in 1963 by the American Standards Committee (ASA, known since 1969 as the National Institute of National Standards, or ANSI) as a recasting or evolution of the code sets then used in telegraphy. Later, in 1967, lowercase letters were included, and some control codes were redefined to form the code known as US-ASCII.

ASCII VS UNICODE

ASCII defines 128 characters, which are assigned to the numbers 0-127. Unicode defines (less than) 221 characters, which, similarly, are assigned to numbers 0-221 (although not all numbers are currently assigned, and some are reserved).

Unicode is a superset of ASCII, and numbers 0-128 have the same meaning in ASCII as in Unicode. For example, the number 65 means "Latin capital 'A'".

Because Unicode characters generally do not fit into an 8-bit byte, there are numerous ways to store Unicode characters in byte sequences, such as UTF-32 and UTF-8.