The following chart contains all ASCII decimal dec , octal oct , hexadecimal hex and character ch codes. Create account Log in. Namespaces Page Discussion. Views View Edit History. From cppreference. Keywords Escape sequences.
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This code arises from reorder and expand the set of symbols and characters already used in telegraphy at that time by the Bell company.
At first only included capital letters and numbers , but in was added the lowercase letters and some control characters, forming what is known as US-ASCII, ie the characters 0 through So with this set of only characters was published in as standard, containing all you need to write in English language. In , IBM developed an extension of 8-bit ASCII code, called "code page ", in this version were replaced some obsolete control characters for graphic characters.
Without knowing it you use it all the time, every time you use a computer system, but if all you need is to get some of the characters not included in your keyboard should do the following, for example:. HTML entity :. What is my IP address? ASCII control characters. ASCII printable characters. How to use the ASCII code: Without knowing it you use it all the time, every time you use a computer system, but if all you need is to get some of the characters not included in your keyboard should do the following, for example: How typing: letter o with umlaut or diaeresis ; o-umlaut?
ASCII Table and Description
ASCII codes represent text in computers, telecommunications equipment , and other devices. Most modern character-encoding schemes are based on ASCII, although they support many additional characters. ASCII was developed from telegraph code. Its first commercial use was as a seven- bit teleprinter code promoted by Bell data services. The first edition of the standard was published in ,   underwent a major revision during ,   and experienced its most recent update during 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. The X3 committee made other changes, including other new characters the brace and vertical bar characters ,  renaming some control characters SOM became start of header SOH and moving or removing others RU was removed.
letter o with umlaut or diaeresis ; o-umlaut