ASCII Code Table

Complete ASCII table including hex, binary, dec, and HTML chart conversion. Our searchable ASCII table contains all the ASCII character codes including extended ASCII code. You can use the search field of each column to find the binary, decimal, hexadecimal and html ASCII code you need. If you start typing the ASCII table immediately filtered to the ASCII character code you are looking for. If you want to know more about ASCII character coding, than we have a lot of information regarding this topic after the ASCII table.

DECHEXBINCHARDESCRIPTIONHTMLHTML NAME
000NULNull� 
111SOHStart of Header 
2210STXStart of Text 
3311ETXEnd of Text 
44100EOTEnd of Transmission 
55101ENQEnquiry 
66110ACKAcknowledgment 
77111BELBell 
881000BSBack Space 
991001HTHorizontal Tab	 
100A1010LFLine Feed
 
110B1011VTVertical Tab 
120C1100FFForm Feed 
130D1101CRCarriage Return
 
140E1110SOShift Out / X-On 
150F1111SIShift In / X-Off 
161010000DLEData Line Escape 
171110001DC1Device Control 1 (oft. XON) 
181210010DC2Device Control 2 
191310011DC3Device Control 3 (oft. XOFF) 
201410100DC4Device Control 4 
211510101NAKNegative Acknowledge 
221610110SYNSynchronous Idle 
231710111ETBEnd of Transmit Block 
241811000CANCancel 
251911001EMEnd of Medium 
261A11010SUBSubstitute 
271B11011ESCEscape 
281C11100FSFile Separator 
291D11101GSGroup Separator 
301E11110RSRecord Separator 
311F11111USUnit Separator 
32201000000Space  
3321100001!Exclamation mark! 
3422100010Double quotes""
3523100011#Number# 
3624100100$Dollar$ 
3725100101%Per cent sign% 
3826100110&Ampersand&&
3927100111Single quote' 
4028101000(Open parenthesis / Open bracket( 
4129101001)Close parenthesis / Close bracket) 
422A101010*Asterisk* 
432B101011+Plus+ 
442C101100,Comma, 
452D101101Hyphen- 
462E101110.Period, dot or full stop. 
472F101111/Slash or divide/ 
48301100000Zero0 
49311100011One1 
50321100102Two2 
51331100113Three3 
52341101004Four4 
53351101015Five5 
54361101106Six6 
55371101117Seven7 
56381110008Eight8 
57391110019Nine9 
583A111010:Colon: 
593B111011;Semicolon&#59; 
603C111100<Less than or open angled bracket&#60;&lt;
613D111101=Equals&#61; 
623E111110>Greater than or close angled bracket&#62;&gt;
633F111111?Question mark&#63; 
64401000000@At symbol&#64; 
65411000001ACapital A&#65; 
66421000010BCapital B&#66; 
67431000011CCapital C&#67; 
68441000100DCapital D&#68; 
69451000101ECapital E&#69; 
70461000110FCapital F&#70; 
71471000111GCapital G&#71; 
72481001000HCapital H&#72; 
73491001001ICapital I&#73; 
744A1001010JCapital J&#74; 
754B1001011KCapital K&#75; 
764C1001100LCapital L&#76; 
774D1001101MCapital M&#77; 
784E1001110NCapital N&#78; 
794F1001111OCapital O&#79; 
80501010000PCapital P&#80; 
81511010001QCapital Q&#81; 
82521010010RCapital R&#82; 
83531010011SCapital S&#83; 
84541010100TCapital T&#84; 
85551010101UCapital U&#85; 
86561010110VCapital V&#86; 
87571010111WCapital W&#87; 
88581011000XCapital X&#88; 
89591011001YCapital Y&#89; 
905A1011010ZCapital Z&#90; 
915B1011011[Opening bracket&#91; 
925C1011100\Backslash&#92; 
935D1011101]Closing bracket&#93; 
945E1011110^Caret – circumflex&#94; 
955F1011111_Underscore&#95; 
96601100000`Grave accent&#96; 
97611100001aSmall a&#97; 
98621100010bSmall b&#98; 
99631100011cSmall c&#99; 
100641100100dSmall d&#100; 
101651100101eSmall e&#101; 
102661100110fSmall f&#102; 
103671100111gSmall g&#103; 
104681101000hSmall h&#104; 
105691101001iSmall i&#105; 
1066A1101010jSmall j&#106; 
1076B1101011kSmall k&#107; 
1086C1101100lSmall l&#108; 
1096D1101101mSmall m&#109; 
1106E1101110nSmall n&#110; 
1116F1101111oSmall o&#111; 
112701110000pSmall p&#112; 
113711110001qSmall q&#113; 
114721110010rSmall r&#114; 
115731110011sSmall s&#115; 
116741110100tSmall t&#116; 
117751110101uSmall u&#117; 
118761110110vSmall v&#118; 
119771110111wSmall w&#119; 
120781111000xSmall x&#120; 
121791111001ySmall y&#121; 
1227A1111010zSmall z&#122; 
1237B1111011{Opening brace&#123; 
1247C1111100|Vertical bar&#124; 
1257D1111101}Closing brace&#125; 
1267E1111110~Equivalency sign – tilde&#126; 
1277F11111110Delete&#127; 
1288010000000Euro sign&#128;&euro;
1298110000001000 
1308210000010Single low-9 quotation mark&#130;&sbquo;
1318310000011ƒLatin small letter f with hook&#131;&fnof;
1328410000100Double low-9 quotation mark&#132;&bdquo;
1338510000101Horizontal ellipsis&#133;&hellip;
1348610000110Dagger&#134;&dagger;
1358710000111Double dagger&#135;&Dagger;
1368810001000ˆModifier letter circumflex accent&#136;&circ;
1378910001001Per mille sign&#137;&permil;
1388A10001010ŠLatin capital letter S with caron&#138;&Scaron;
1398B10001011Single left-pointing angle quotation&#139;&lsaquo;
1408C10001100ŒLatin capital ligature OE&#140;&OElig;
1418D10001101000 
1428E10001110ŽLatin capital letter Z with caron&#142; 
1438F10001111000 
1449010010000000 
1459110010001Left single quotation mark&#145;&lsquo;
1469210010010Right single quotation mark&#146;&rsquo;
1479310010011Left double quotation mark&#147;&ldquo;
1489410010100Right double quotation mark&#148;&rdquo;
1499510010101Bullet&#149;&bull;
1509610010110En dash&#150;&ndash;
1519710010111Em dash&#151;&mdash;
1529810011000˜Small tilde&#152;&tilde;
1539910011001Trade mark sign&#153;&trade;
1549A10011010šLatin small letter S with caron&#154;&scaron;
1559B10011011Single right-pointing angle quotation mark&#155;&rsaquo;
1569C10011100œLatin small ligature oe&#156;&oelig;
1579D10011101000 
1589E10011110žLatin small letter z with caron&#158; 
1599F10011111ŸLatin capital letter Y with diaeresis&#159;&Yuml;
160A0101000000Non-breaking space&#160;&nbsp;
161A110100001¡Inverted exclamation mark&#161;&iexcl;
162A210100010¢Cent sign&#162;&cent;
163A310100011£Pound sign&#163;&pound;
164A410100100¤Currency sign&#164;&curren;
165A510100101¥Yen sign&#165;&yen;
166A610100110¦Pipe, Broken vertical bar&#166;&brvbar;
167A710100111§Section sign&#167;&sect;
168A810101000¨Spacing diaeresis – umlaut&#168;&uml;
169A910101001©Copyright sign&#169;&copy;
170AA10101010ªFeminine ordinal indicator&#170;&ordf;
171AB10101011«Left double angle quotes&#171;&laquo;
172AC10101100¬Not sign&#172;&not;
173AD10101101­Soft hyphen&#173;&shy;
174AE10101110®Registered trade mark sign&#174;&reg;
175AF10101111¯Spacing macron – overline&#175;&macr;
176B010110000°Degree sign&#176;&deg;
177B110110001±Plus-or-minus sign&#177;&plusmn;
178B210110010²Superscript two – squared&#178;&sup2;
179B310110011³Superscript three – cubed&#179;&sup3;
180B410110100´Acute accent – spacing acute&#180;&acute;
181B510110101µMicro sign&#181;&micro;
182B610110110Pilcrow sign – paragraph sign&#182;&para;
183B710110111·Middle dot – Georgian comma&#183;&middot;
184B810111000¸Spacing cedilla&#184;&cedil;
185B910111001¹Superscript one&#185;&sup1;
186BA10111010ºMasculine ordinal indicator&#186;&ordm;
187BB10111011»Right double angle quotes&#187;&raquo;
188BC10111100¼Fraction one quarter&#188;&frac14;
189BD10111101½Fraction one half&#189;&frac12;
190BE10111110¾Fraction three quarters&#190;&frac34;
191BF10111111¿Inverted question mark&#191;&iquest;
192C011000000ÀLatin capital letter A with grave&#192;&Agrave;
193C111000001ÁLatin capital letter A with acute&#193;&Aacute;
194C211000010ÂLatin capital letter A with circumflex&#194;&Acirc;
195C311000011ÃLatin capital letter A with tilde&#195;&Atilde;
196C411000100ÄLatin capital letter A with diaeresis&#196;&Auml;
197C511000101ÅLatin capital letter A with ring above&#197;&Aring;
198C611000110ÆLatin capital letter AE&#198;&AElig;
199C711000111ÇLatin capital letter C with cedilla&#199;&Ccedil;
200C811001000ÈLatin capital letter E with grave&#200;&Egrave;
201C911001001ÉLatin capital letter E with acute&#201;&Eacute;
202CA11001010ÊLatin capital letter E with circumflex&#202;&Ecirc;
203CB11001011ËLatin capital letter E with diaeresis&#203;&Euml;
204CC11001100ÌLatin capital letter I with grave&#204;&Igrave;
205CD11001101ÍLatin capital letter I with acute&#205;&Iacute;
206CE11001110ÎLatin capital letter I with circumflex&#206;&Icirc;
207CF11001111ÏLatin capital letter I with diaeresis&#207;&Iuml;
208D011010000ÐLatin capital letter ETH&#208;&ETH;
209D111010001ÑLatin capital letter N with tilde&#209;&Ntilde;
210D211010010ÒLatin capital letter O with grave&#210;&Ograve;
211D311010011ÓLatin capital letter O with acute&#211;&Oacute;
212D411010100ÔLatin capital letter O with circumflex&#212;&Ocirc;
213D511010101ÕLatin capital letter O with tilde&#213;&Otilde;
214D611010110ÖLatin capital letter O with diaeresis&#214;&Ouml;
215D711010111×Multiplication sign&#215;&times;
216D811011000ØLatin capital letter O with slash&#216;&Oslash;
217D911011001ÙLatin capital letter U with grave&#217;&Ugrave;
218DA11011010ÚLatin capital letter U with acute&#218;&Uacute;
219DB11011011ÛLatin capital letter U with circumflex&#219;&Ucirc;
220DC11011100ÜLatin capital letter U with diaeresis&#220;&Uuml;
221DD11011101ÝLatin capital letter Y with acute&#221;&Yacute;
222DE11011110ÞLatin capital letter THORN&#222;&THORN;
223DF11011111ßLatin small letter sharp s – ess-zed&#223;&szlig;
224E011100000àLatin small letter a with grave&#224;&agrave;
225E111100001áLatin small letter a with acute&#225;&aacute;
226E211100010âLatin small letter a with circumflex&#226;&acirc;
227E311100011ãLatin small letter a with tilde&#227;&atilde;
228E411100100äLatin small letter a with diaeresis&#228;&auml;
229E511100101åLatin small letter a with ring above&#229;&aring;
230E611100110æLatin small letter ae&#230;&aelig;
231E711100111çLatin small letter c with cedilla&#231;&ccedil;
232E811101000èLatin small letter e with grave&#232;&egrave;
233E911101001éLatin small letter e with acute&#233;&eacute;
234EA11101010êLatin small letter e with circumflex&#234;&ecirc;
235EB11101011ëLatin small letter e with diaeresis&#235;&euml;
236EC11101100ìLatin small letter i with grave&#236;&igrave;
237ED11101101íLatin small letter i with acute&#237;&iacute;
238EE11101110îLatin small letter i with circumflex&#238;&icirc;
239EF11101111ïLatin small letter i with diaeresis&#239;&iuml;
240F011110000ðLatin small letter eth&#240;&eth;
241F111110001ñLatin small letter n with tilde&#241;&ntilde;
242F211110010òLatin small letter o with grave&#242;&ograve;
243F311110011óLatin small letter o with acute&#243;&oacute;
244F411110100ôLatin small letter o with circumflex&#244;&ocirc;
245F511110101õLatin small letter o with tilde&#245;&otilde;
246F611110110öLatin small letter o with diaeresis&#246;&ouml;
247F711110111÷Division sign&#247;&divide;
248F811111000øLatin small letter o with slash&#248;&oslash;
249F911111001ùLatin small letter u with grave&#249;&ugrave;
250FA11111010úLatin small letter u with acute&#250;&uacute;
251FB11111011ûLatin small letter u with circumflex&#251;&ucirc;
252FC11111100üLatin small letter u with diaeresis&#252;&uuml;
253FD11111101ýLatin small letter y with acute&#253;&yacute;
254FE11111110þLatin small letter thorn&#254;&thorn;
255FF11111111ÿLatin small letter y with diaeresis&#255;&yuml;

About the ASCII Code Table

ASCII Code Table contains all the originally ASCII Codes. Based on the English alphabet, ASCII encodes 128 specified characters into 7-bit integers as shown by the ASCII Code Table above which also contains all the extended ASCII Codes (8-bit ASCII Code).

What is ASCII code?

ASCII stands for American Standard Code for Information Interchange, which is a character encoding standard used in electronic communication. ASCII codes represent characters in computers, telecommunications equipment. ASCII first commercial use was as a seven-bit teleprinter code promoted by Bell data services.  Most modern character-encoding schemes are based on ASCII, although they support many additional characters.

What is the extended ASCII code in the ASCII Table?

The original ASCII code was a 7-bit character encoding systems which mean that this only can contain 128 characters. Ninety-five of the encoded characters are printable: these include the digits 0 to 9, lowercase letters a to z, uppercase letters A to Z, and punctuation symbols. In addition, the original ASCII specification included 33 non-printing control codes which originated with Teletype machines; most of these are now obsolete, although a few are still commonly used, such as the carriage return, line feed and tab codes. Extended ASCII character encodings are 8-bit (or larger encodings) that include the standard seven-bit ASCII characters, plus additional characters like our ASCII tables.

There are other variants of ASCII like PETSCII which is also known as CBM ASCII. This variant used in Commodore Business Machines’ 8-bit home computers.

ASCII Code is still in use?

Yes, it’s still in used. For example, when you are asked to send something in simple text format that is most likely uses ASCII codes. This is typically a simple txt file which can be edited with Notepad.

What is ASCII art?

ASCII art is a computer based design technique where pictures pieced together from ASCII codes only. Sometimes ASCII art is also used to refer to text based visual art in general. ASCII art can be created with any text editor, and is often used with free-form languages.

Downloadable and printable ASCII Table

We have the same ASCII Table to download and print here.

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