Unicode punctuation marks

Character Description ASCII
(0-127)
ISO/IEC
8859-1
Unicode HTML
  0133 U+2026 …
/ 47 047 U+002F /
≤ ≥     U+2264 / U+2265 ≤ ≥
non breaking Space - 0160 U+00A0  
¡ Inverted Exclamation - 0161 U+00A1 ¡
¦ Broken Bar - 0166 U+00A6 ¦
ª feminine ordinal - 0170 U+00AA ª
¬ NOT sign - 0172 U+00AC ¬
­ soft hyphen (SHY) - 0173 U+00AD ­
¯ Macron accent - 0175 U+00AF ¯
° - 0176 U+00B0 °
- 0177 U+00B1 ±
µ Micro - 0181 U+00B5 µ
Paragraph - 0182 U+00B6 ¶
· middle dot - 0183 U+00B7 ·
Bullet/Beep 7   U+2022 •
¸ Cedilla - 0184 U+00B8 ¸
º Masculine Ordinal - 0186 U+00BA º
¿ Inverted question mark - 0191 U+00BF ¿
× Multiplication Symbol - 0215 U+00D7 ×
÷ Division Symbol - 0247 U+00F7 ÷
ß Eszett - 0223 U+00DF ß
- Hyphen/minus 45 045 U+002D -
ndash - 0150 U+2013 –
mdash - 0151 U+2014 —
quotation dash -   U+2015  
String Terminator     U+009C  
π PI     U+203B π
← →
↑ ↓
    U+2190 U+2192
U+2191 U+2193 
← →
↑ ↓
Smiley     U+263A ☺
℮ or ℮ Estimated     U+212e ℮ or ℮



ʼ
`
Left quote
Apostrophe
Prime
Apostrophe (Modified Letter)
Grave
-
-
-
-
96
0145
0146


096
U+2018
U+2019
U+2032
U+02BC
U+005F
‘
’
′
ʼ
`

 ”
 ″
Double Quote (open)
Double Quote (close)
Double Prime
  0147
0148

U+201C
U+201D
U+2033
“
”
″
«
»
Double Guillemet Quote -
-
0171
0187
U+00AB
U+00BB
«
»

Single Guillemet Quote - 0139
0155
U+3008
U+3009
‹
›
  0134 U+2020 †
  0135 U+2021 ‡
" 34 034 U+0022 "
# 35 035 U+0023 #
$ 36 036 U+0024 $
% 37 037 U+0025 %
& 38 038 U+0026 &
' Single quote 39 039 U+0027 '
¢ cent - 0162 U+00A2 ¢
£ Pound Sterling - 0163 U+00A3 £
¤ Gen currency - 0164 U+00A4 ¤
Euro/EU - 0128 U+20AC €
¥ Yen - 0165 U+00A5 ¥
¼ - 0188 U+00BC ¼
½ - 0189 U+00BD ½
¾ - 0190 U+00BE ¾
¹ - 0185 U+00B9 &sup1
² - 0178 U+00B2 ²
³ - 0179 U+00B3 ³

Entering character codes at the terminal: In Windows to input a 4 digit decimal ISO/IEC code, hold down the ALT key, type e.g. 0164 on the numeric keypad, then release ALT.
Some codes require that you set EnableHexNumpad to "1" in HKCU/Control Panel/Input Method, (REG_SZ).

To encode a Unicode character in a PowerShell string, prefix the unicode with 0x and cast it to System.Char

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Related:

Ascii Table
Quotation Marks - Unicode
Symbols - Unicode
Foreign Accents and Greek Alphabet - Unicode
The Absolute Minimum Every Software Developer Absolutely, Positively Must Know About Unicode and Character Sets.
HTML characters - Unicode ‘cheat sheet’
FileFormat.info - Unicode characters
DecodeUnicode - what the symbols mean
ShapeCatcher.com
Cross Site Scripting Prevention - HTML Escaping
Punctuation - Wikipedia


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