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ASCII codes for your website design. This ascii code table will show you how to create special characters such as copyright symbols, trademark symbols, or an ascii space for your web site or programming project using ascii code.






Handy Tip: Ascii codes help you to display odd characters like registered trademark on your webpage or projects. For instance, using an ascii registered trademark code will allow you to display a capital R inside a little circle. Sometimes when you use simple keyboard strokes to add these symbols, HTML editors don't display them properly. It's times like these that you need to use Ascii codes.

What is ASCII Code

ASCII stands for "American Standard Code for Information Interchange". ASCII computer codes represent English characters as numbers that form printable symbols. The table below shows which ascii codes are used to display the corresponding character symbols within your website or programming project. Simply copy and paste the ascii code of the character you would like to use into your editor.

Several of the most popular codes that you'll find in this table include:

  • ascii copyright
  • trademark ascii
  • tm ascii
  • ascii code for space is another most sought after
  • ascii comma

ASCII Code Table

Character

HTML

Alternate HTML

Explanation

 

� - 

 

Unused

 

	

 

Horizontal tab

 




 

Line feed

 

 - 

 

Unused

 



 

Carriage Return

 

 - 

 

Unused

Space

 

 

Space

!

!

 

Exclamation mark

"

"

"

Quotation mark

#

#

 

Number sign

$

$

 

Dollar sign

%

%

 

Percent sign

&

&

&

Ampersand

'

'

 

Apostrophe

(

(

 

Left parenthesis

)

)

 

Right parenthesis

*

*

 

Asterisk

+

+

 

Plus sign

,

,

 

Comma

-

-

 

Hyphen

.

.

 

Period (fullstop)

/

/

 

Solidus (slash)

:

:

 

Colon

;

&#59;

 

Semi-colon

<

&#60;

&lt;

Less than

=

&#61;

 

Equals sign

>

&#62;

&gt;

Greater than

?

&#63;

 

Question mark

@

&#64;

 

Commercial at

[

&#91;

 

Left square bracket

\

&#92;

 

Reverse solidus (backslash)

]

&#93;

 

Right square bracket

^

&#94;

 

Caret

_

&#95;

 

Horizontal bar (underscore)

`

&#96;

 

Acute accent

{

&#123;

 

Left curly brace

|

&#124;

 

Vertical bar

}

&#125;

 

Right curly brace

~

&#126;

 

Tilde

 

&#127; - &#129;

 

Unused

&#130;

 

Low single comma quotation mark

ƒ

&#131;

 

Function sign

&#132;

 

Low double comma quotation mark

&#133;

 

Ellipses

&#134;

 

Dagger

&#135;

 

Double dagger

ˆ

&#136;

 

Caret

&#137;

 

Per mile sign

Š

&#138;

 

Capital S Hacek

&#139;

 

Less-than sign

Œ

&#140;

 

Capital OE ligature

 

&#141; - &#144;

 

Unused

&#145;

 

Single beginning quotation mark

&#146;

 

Single ending quotation mark

&#147;

 

Double beginning quotation mark

&#148;

 

Double ending quotation mark

&#149;

 

Dot, middle

&#150;

 

En dash

&#151;

 

Em dash

˜

&#152;

 

Tilde

&#153;

 

Trademark symbol

š

&#154;

 

Small s Hacek

&#155;

 

Greater-than sign

œ

&#156;

 

Small oe ligature

 

&#157; - &#158;

 

Unused

Ÿ

&#159;

 

Capital Y, diæresis / umlaut

 

&#160;

&nbsp;

Non-breaking Space

¡

&#161;

 

Inverted exclamation

¢

&#162;

 

Cent sign

£

&#163;

 

Pound sterling

¤

&#164;

 

General currency sign

¥

&#165;

 

Yen sign

¦

&#166;

 

Broken vertical bar

§

&#167;

 

Section sign

¨

&#168;

 

Diæresis / Umlaut

©

&#169;

 

Copyright

ª

&#170;

 

Feminine ordinal

«

&#171;

 

Left angle quote, guillemot left

¬

&#172;

 

Not sign

­

&#173;

&shy;

Soft hyphen

®

&#174;

 

Registered trademark

¯

&#175;

 

Macron accent

°

&#176;

 

Degree sign

±

&#177;

 

Plus or minus

²

&#178;

 

Superscript two

³

&#179;

 

Superscript three

´

&#180;

 

Acute accent

µ

&#181;

 

Micro sign

&#182;

 

Paragraph sign

 

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