ASCII – ISO 8859-1 ( Latin – 1 ) characters set – West / West Europe Conversion table

ASCII ISO 8859-1 encodes what it refers to as “Latin alphabet no. 1. ASCII ISO 8859-1 consists of 191 characters from the Latin script. This system of character encoding is used throughout Western Europe, North America, South America, Canada, Oceania, and much of Africa. As well as this it is also commonly used in most standard romanizations of East-Asian languages.

The encoding of each character is encoded as a single eight-bit code value. The ASCII ISO 8859-1 code values can be used in almost any data interchange system to communicate many languages.

Hex. Number Equivalent Browser character Character Entity Reference Description
00-1F 00-31 00-31
20   Space
21 ! ! Exclamation mark
22 "
23 # # Hash; ‘pound sign’
24 $ $ Dollar sign
25 % % Percent sign
26 & & & Ampersand
27 ' Apostrophe
28 ( ( Open bracket
29 ) ) Close bracket
2A * * Asterix
2B + + Plus sign
2C , , Comma
2D - Minus sign
2E . . Fullstop; period
2F / / Slash; forward slash
30 0 0
31 1 1
32 2 2
33 3 3
34 4 4
35 5 5
36 6 6
37 7 7
38 8 8
39 9 9
3A : : Colon
3B &#59; ; Semi-colon
3C &#60; < &lt; Less-than sign
3D &#61; = Equals
3E &#62; > &gt; Greater-than sign
3F &#63; ? Question mark
40 &#64; @ At sign; commercial at
41 &#65; A
42 &#66; B
43 &#67; C
44 &#68; D
45 &#69; E
46 &#70; F
47 &#71; G
48 &#72; H
49 &#73; I
4A &#74; J
4B &#75; K
4C &#76; L
4D &#77; M
4E &#78; N
4F &#79; O
50 &#80; P
51 &#81; Q
52 &#82; R
53 &#83; S
54 &#84; T
55 &#85; U
56 &#86; V
57 &#87; W
58 &#88; X
59 &#89; Y
5A &#90; Z
5B &#91; [ Open square bracket
5C &#92; \ Backslash
5D &#93; ] Close square bracket
5E &#94; ^ Caret
5F &#95; _ Underscore
60 &#96; ` Grave accent
61 &#97; a
62 &#98; b
63 &#99; c
64 &#100; d
65 &#101; e
66 &#102; f
67 &#103; g
68 &#104; h
69 &#105; i
6A &#106; j
6B &#107; k
6C &#108; l
6D &#109; m
6E &#110; n
6F &#111; o
70 &#112; p
71 &#113; q
72 &#114; r
73 &#115; s
74 &#116; t
75 &#117; u
76 &#118; v
77 &#119; w
78 &#120; x
79 &#121; y
7A &#122; z
7B &#123; { Left brace; left curly bracket
7C &#124; | Vertical bar
7D &#125; } Right brace; right curly bracket
7E &#126; ~ Tilde
7F-9F 127-159 127-159
A0 &#160; &nbsp; Non-breaking space
A1 &#161; ¡ &iexcl; Inverted exclamation mark
A2 &#162; ¢ &cent; Cent sign
A3 &#163; £ &pound; Pound sign
A4 &#164; ¤ &curren; Currency sign
A5 &#165; ¥ &yen; Yen sign; yuan sign
A6 &#166; ¦ &brvbar; Broken bar; broken vertical bar
A7 &#167; § &sect; Section sign
A8 &#168; ¨ &uml; Diaeresis; spacing diaeresis
A9 &#169; © &copy; Copyright sign
AA &#170; ª &ordf; Feminine ordinal indicator
AB &#171; « &laquo; Left-pointing double angle quotation mark; left pointing guillemet
AC &#172; ¬
AD &#173; ­ &shy; Soft hyphen; discretionary hyphen
AE &#174; ® &reg; Registered sign; registered trade mark sign
AF &#175; ¯ &macr; Macron; spacing macron; overline; APL overbar
B0 &#176; ° &deg; Degree sign
B1 &#177; ± &plusmn; Plus-minus sign; plus-or-minus sign
B2 &#178; ² &sup2; Superscript two; superscript digit two; squared
B3 &#179; ³ &sup3; Superscript three; superscript digit three; cubed
B4 &#180; ´ &acute; Acute accent; spacing acute
B5 &#181; µ &micro; Micro sign
B6 &#182; &para; Pilcrow sign; paragraph sign
B7 &#183; · &middot; Middle dot; Georgian comma; Greek middle dot
B8 &#184; ¸ &cedil; Cedilla; spacing cedilla
B9 &#185; ¹ &sup1; Superscript one; superscript digit one
BA &#186; º &ordm; Masculine ordinal indicator
BB &#187; » &raquo; Right-pointing double angle quotation mark; right pointing guillemet
BC &#188; ¼ &frac14; Vulgar fraction one quarter; fraction one quarter
BD &#189; ½ &frac12; Vulgar fraction one half; fraction one half
BE &#190; ¾ &frac34; Vulgar fraction three quarters; fraction 3 quarters
BF &#191; ¿ &iquest; Inverted question mark; turned question mark
C0 &#192; À &Agrave; Latin capital letter A with grave; Latin capital letter A grave
C1 &#193; Á &Aacute; Latin capital letter A with acute
C2 &#194; Â &Acirc; Latin capital letter A with circumflex
C3 &#195; Ã &Atilde; Latin capital letter A with tilde
C4 &#196; Ä &Auml; Latin capital letter A with diaeresis
C5 &#197; Å &Aring; Latin capital letter A with ring above; Latin capital letter A ring
C6 &#198; Æ &AElig; Latin capital letter AE; Latin capital ligature AE
C7 &#199; Ç &Ccedil; Latin capital letter C with cedilla
C8 &#200; È &Egrave; Latin capital letter E with grave
C9 &#201; É &Eacute; Latin capital letter E with acute
CA &#202; Ê &Ecirc; Latin capital letter E with circumflex
CB &#203; Ë &Euml; Latin capital letter E with diaeresis
CC &#204; Ì &Igrave; Latin capital letter I with grave
CD &#205; Í &Iacute; Latin capital letter I with acute
CE &#206; Î &Icirc; Latin capital letter I with circumflex
CF &#207; Ï &Iuml; Latin capital letter I with diaeresis
D0 &#208; Ð &ETH; Latin capital letter ETH
D1 &#209; Ñ &Ntilde; Latin capital letter N with tilde
D2 &#210; Ò &Ograve; Latin capital letter O with grave
D3 &#211; Ó &Oacute; Latin capital letter O with acute
D4 &#212; Ô &Ocirc; Latin capital letter O with circumflex
D5 &#213; Õ &Otilde; Latin capital letter O with tilde
D6 &#214; Ö &Ouml; Latin capital letter O with diaeresis
D7 &#215; × &times; Multiplication sign
D8 &#216; Ø &Oslash; Latin capital letter O with stroke; Latin capital letter O slash
D9 &#217; Ù &Ugrave; Latin capital letter U with grave
DA &#218; Ú &Uacute; Latin capital letter U with acute
DB &#219; Û &Ucirc; Latin capital letter U with circumflex
DC &#220; Ü &Uuml; Latin capital letter U with diaeresis
DD &#221; Ý &Yacute; Latin capital letter Y with acute
DE &#222; Þ &THORN; Latin capital letter THORN
DF &#223; ß &szlig; Latin small letter sharp s; ess-zed
E0 &#224; à &agrave; Latin small letter a with grave; Latin small letter a grave
E1 &#225; á &aacute; Latin small letter a with acute
E2 &#226; â &acirc; Latin small letter a with circumflex
E3 &#227; ã &atilde; Latin small letter a with tilde
E4 &#228; ä &auml; Latin small letter a with diaeresis
E5 &#229; å &aring; Latin small letter a with ring above; Latin small letter a ring
E6 &#230; æ &aelig; Latin small letter ae; Latin small ligature ae
E7 &#231; ç &ccedil; Latin small letter c with cedilla
E8 &#232; è &egrave; Latin small letter e with grave
E9 &#233; é &eacute; Latin small letter e with acute
EA &#234; ê &ecirc; Latin small letter e with circumflex
EB &#235; ë &euml; Latin small letter e with diaeresis
EC &#236; ì &igrave; Latin small letter i with grave
ED &#237; í &iacute; Latin small letter i with acute
EE &#238; î &icirc; Latin small letter i with circumflex
EF &#239; ï &iuml; Latin small letter i with diaeresis
F0 &#240; ð &eth; Latin small letter eth
F1 &#241; ñ &ntilde; Latin small letter n with tilde
F2 &#242; ò &ograve; Latin small letter o with grave
F3 &#243; ó &oacute; Latin small letter o with acute
F4 &#244; ô &ocirc; Latin small letter o with circumflex
F5 &#245; õ &otilde; Latin small letter o with tilde
F6 &#246; ö &ouml; Latin small letter o with diaeresis
F7 &#247; ÷ &divide; Division sign
F8 &#248; ø &oslash; Latin small letter o with stroke; Latin small letter o slash
F9 &#249; ù &ugrave; Latin small letter u with grave
FA &#250; ú &uacute; Latin small letter u with acute
FB &#251; û &ucirc; Latin small letter u with circumflex
FC &#252; ü &uuml; Latin small letter u with diaeresis
FD &#253; ý &yacute; Latin small letter y with acute
FE &#254; þ &thorn; Latin small letter thorn
FF &#255; ÿ &yuml; Latin small letter y with diaeresis

You may find that some of  the symbols may not show because your computer does not have the font set and/or it may be due to your browser not being set to the correct Character Encoding.

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ASCII Codes

ASCII is an acronym for American Standard Code for Information Interchange.

The American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) is a character-encoding scheme that was originally based on the English alphabet and it encoded 128 characters – the numbers 0-9, the letters a-z and A-Z, some basic punctuation symbols, some control codes that originated with Teletype machines, and a blank space. It is a 7-bit character code where each bit represents a unique character or binary integers.

The original 128 ASCII characters had 33 which are non-printing control characters (many of which are obsolete now) that affect how text and space is processed. The remaining 95 characters are printable characters including the space which is considered an invisible character or graphic in ASCII plus letters, digits, punctuation marks, as well as few miscellaneous symbols. They represent virtually every character on the keyboard.

The ASCII control characters code 0-31.
The first 32 characters in the ASCII-table are unprintable control codes and are utilised to control peripherals such as printers.
ASCII codes represent text in various computers, communications equipment, plus other devices that make use of text. The majority of modern character-encoding schemes are based on ASCII, though nowadays they also support many additional characters as well as the original ones.

ASCII was originally developed from telegraphic codes. The first commercial use of ASCII was on a seven-bit teleprinter code that was made use of by Bell data services.

The initial agreement on the original ASCII standard was begun on 6th October 1960  by American Standards Association’s (ASA) X3.2 subcommittee. The first edition of the ASCII standard was published in 1964 and there was a major update in 1967. The most recent update was in 1986.

The later ASCII codes were designed to allow convenient ordering or sorting of lists into alphabetical order. Also the ASCII codes have been extended to include features for other devices as well as the original teleprinters.

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