Unicode Character Codes

Unicode character codes are useful for displaying non-standard characters such as: ÷   π   ½   £   β   and ®. To display Unicode characters in a browser use numeric character reference syntax: &#xxx; where "xxx" is the integer code shown below. The first 32 characters are non-printing (bell, backspace, etc.) and are omitted here.

Misc. symbols are within the range 9700-11000


There are over 100,000 defined unicode characters, including character sets for Greek, Armenian, Hebrew, Arabic, Braille, and various symbols. Most computer operating systems support only a subset of them. The first 256 unicode characters are based upon the older Latin 1 (ISO 8859-1) encoding and are widely supported.
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