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iso8859-1 table

This is copied from http://www.ramsch.org/martin/uni/fmi-hp/iso8859-1.html and is reproduced here simply as a way to save it for posterity. The page was built by Martin Ramsch. Here, I recoded his pre-tagged display to be a table. I think this is a little easier to read.

Description Char Code Entity name
quotation mark " " "
ampersand & & &
less-than sign < &#60; &lt;
greater-than sign > &#62; &gt;
Description Char Code Entity name
non-breaking space &#160; &nbsp;
inverted exclamation &#161; &iexcl;
cent sign &#162; &cent;
pound sterling &#163; &pound;
general currency sign &#164; &curren;
yen sign &#165; &yen;
broken vertical bar &#166; &brvbar;
section sign &#167; &sect;
umlaut (dieresis) &#168; &uml;
copyright &#169; &copy;
feminine ordinal &#170; &ordf;
left angle quote,
guillemotleft
&#171; &laquo;
not sign &#172; &not;
soft hyphen &#173; &shy;
registered trademark &#174; &reg;
macron accent &#175; &macr;
degree sign &#176; &deg;
plus or minus &#177; &plusmn;
superscript two &#178; &sup2;
superscript three &#179; &sup3;
acute accent &#180; &acute;
micro sign &#181; &micro;
paragraph sign &#182; &para;
middle dot &#183; &middot;
cedilla &#184; &cedil;
superscript one &#185; &sup1;
masculine ordinal &#186; &ordm;
right angle quote,
guillemotright
&#187; &raquo;
fraction one-fourth &#188; &frac14;
fraction one-half &#189; &frac12;
fraction three-fourths &#190; &frac34;
inverted question mark &#191; &iquest;
capital A, grave accent &#192; &Agrave;
capital A, acute accent &#193; &Aacute;
capital A, circumflex accent &#194; &Acirc;
capital A, tilde &#195; &Atilde;
capital A, umlaut (or dieresis) &#196; &Auml;
capital A, ring &#197; &Aring;
capital AE diphthong (ligature) &#198; &AElig;
capital C, cedilla &#199; &Ccedil;
capital E, grave accent &#200; &Egrave;
capital E, acute accent &#201; &Eacute;
capital E, circumflex accent &#202; &Ecirc;
capital E, umlaut (or dieresis) &#203; &Euml;
capital I, grave accent &#204; &Igrave;
capital I, acute accent &#205; &Iacute;
capital I, circumflex accent &#206; &Icirc;
capital I, umlaut (or dieresis) &#207; &Iuml;
capital Eth, Icelandic &#208; &ETH;
capital N, tilde &#209; &Ntilde;
capital O, grave accent &#210; &Ograve;
capital O, acute accent &#211; &Oacute;
capital O, circumflex accent &#212; &Ocirc;
capital O, tilde &#213; &Otilde;
capital O, umlaut (or dieresis) &#214; &Ouml;
multiply sign &#215; &times;
capital O, slash &#216; &Oslash;
capital U, grave accent &#217; &Ugrave;
capital U, acute accent &#218; &Uacute;
capital U, circumflex accent &#219; &Ucirc;
capital U, umlaut (or dieresis) &#220; &Uuml;
capital Y, acute accent &#221; &Yacute;
capital THORN, Icelandic &#222; &THORN;
small sharp s, German
(sz ligature)
&#223; &szlig;
small a, grave accent &#224; &agrave;
small a, acute accent &#225; &aacute;
small a, circumflex accent &#226; &acirc;
small a, tilde &#227; &atilde;
small a, umlaut (or dieresis) &#228; &auml;
small a, ring &#229; &aring;
small ae diphthong (ligature) &#230; &aelig;
small c, cedilla &#231; &ccedil;
small e, grave accent &#232; &egrave;
small e, acute accent &#233; &eacute;
small e, circumflex accent &#234; &ecirc;
small e, umlaut (or dieresis) &#235; &euml;
small i, grave accent &#236; &igrave;
small i, acute accent &#237; &iacute;
small i, circumflex accent &#238; &icirc;
small i, umlaut (or dieresis) &#239; &iuml;
small eth, Icelandic &#240; &eth;
small n, tilde &#241; &ntilde;
small o, grave accent &#242; &ograve;
small o, acute accent &#243; &oacute;
small o, circumflex accent &#244; &ocirc;
small o, tilde &#245; &otilde;
small o, umlaut (or dieresis) &#246; &ouml;
division sign &#247; &divide;
small o, slash &#248; &oslash;
small u, grave accent &#249; &ugrave;
small u, acute accent &#250; &uacute;
small u, circumflex accent &#251; &ucirc;
small u, umlaut (or dieresis) &#252; &uuml;
small y, acute accent &#253; &yacute;
small thorn, Icelandic &#254; &thorn;
small y, umlaut (or dieresis) &#255; &yuml;

How to read this table. The columns are
1st:
textual description of the character
2nd:
character inserted directly into the HTML page as one byte
3rd:
character written as numeric HTML entity
4th:
character written as symbolic HTML entity

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