ASCII Table

Dec Hex Ascii Character Dec Hex Ascii Character Dec Hex Ascii Character Dec Hex Ascii Character
0 0x00 NUL (Null) 32 0x20 [Space] 64 0x40 @ 96 0x60 `
1 0x01 SOH 33 0x21 ! 65 0x41 A 97 0x61 a
2 0x02 STX 34 0x22 " 66 0x42 B 98 0x62 b
3 0x03 ETX 35 0x23 # 67 0x43 C 99 0x63 c
4 0x04 EOT 36 0x24 $ 68 0x44 D 100 0x64 d
5 0x05 ENQ 37 0x25 % 69 0x45 E 101 0x65 e
6 0x06 ACK 38 0x26 & 70 0x46 F 102 0x66 f
7 0x07 BEL 39 0x27 ' 71 0x47 G 103 0x67 g
8 0x08 BS Backspace 40 0x28 ( 72 0x48 H 104 0x68 h
9 0x09 TAB \t 41 0x29 ) 73 0x49 I 105 0x69 i
10 0x0A LF Line Feed \n 42 0x2A * 74 0x4A J 106 0x6A j
11 0x0B VT 43 0x2B + 75 0x4B K 107 0x6B k
12 0x0C FF Form Feed 44 0x2C , 76 0x4C L 108 0x6C l
13 0x0D CR Carriage Return \r 45 0x2D - 77 0x4D M 109 0x6D m
14 0x0E SO 46 0x2E . 78 0x4E N 110 0x6E n
15 0x0F SI 47 0x2F / 79 0x4F O 111 0x6F o
16 0x10 DLE 48 0x30 0 80 0x50 P 112 0x70 p
17 0x11 DC1 49 0x31 1 81 0x51 Q 113 0x71 q
18 0x12 DC2 50 0x32 2 82 0x52 R 114 0x72 r
19 0x13 DC3 51 0x33 3 83 0x53 S 115 0x73 s
20 0x14 DC4 52 0x34 4 84 0x54 T 116 0x74 t
21 0x15 NAK 53 0x35 5 85 0x55 U 117 0x75 u
22 0x16 SYN 54 0x36 6 86 0x56 V 118 0x76 v
23 0x17 ETB 55 0x37 7 87 0x57 W 119 0x77 w
24 0x18 CAN 56 0x38 8 88 0x58 X 120 0x78 x
25 0x19 EM 57 0x39 9 89 0x59 Y 121 0x79 y
26 0x1A SUB (EOF) 58 0x3A : 90 0x5A Z 122 0x7A z
27 0x1B ESC (Escape) 59 0x3B ; 91 0x5B [ 123 0x7B {
28 0x1C FS 60 0x3C < 92 0x5C \ 124 0x7C |
29 0x1D GS 61 0x3D = 93 0x5D ] 125 0x7D }
30 0x1E RS 62 0x3E > 94 0x5E ^ 126 0x7E ~
31 0x1F US 63 0x3F ? 95 0x5F _ 127 0x7F DEL

ASCII is a numeric computer code used to represent characters from the English alphabet as decimal numbers.

Windows CR+LF Line Ending is Chr(13) followed by Chr(10) or `r`n in PowerShell

ASCII codes from 0 - 127 are identical to Unicode. Adding 32 (or flipping the sixth binary bit) will convert any upper case letter to lower case.
The ANSI standard extended ASCII to 256 characters (Extended ASCII) but these incorporate multiple character sets, whch vary by country/locale for this reason ANSI codes from 128 - 256 are no longer in general use.

“Why shouldn’t we give our teachers a license to obtain software, all software, any software, for nothing? Does anyone demand a licensing fee, each time a child is taught the alphabet?” ~ William Gibson

Related character codes:

Convert Decimal to Hex
GenChr.cmd - Generate an ASCII/Unicode character.
ASCII - Wikipedia.
man ascii will produce an acii table on most unix systems.
Colour codes (CSS/HTML)


 
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