ASCII table

ASCII is the abbreviation for American Standard Code for Information Interchange. An ASCII code is the numerical representation for a character character such as 'A' or '#', and a series of 'control characters' such as TAB (9, tab), LF (10, linefeed), CR (13, carriage return ). The ascii codes were drafted years ago, so the usage and description for some codes is sometimes not clear.

How to use

You can use special characters on your computer as follows:

Hold down the ALT key and then enter the corresponding three-digit code into the numeric section (on the right) of your keyboard. Then release the ALT key and the character will appear.

The euro sign is not in the table. You can type this character as a code by typing ALT-0128 or with the key combination CTRL-ALT-E or CTRL-ALT-5.

ASCII codes 0 to 256