HTML/URL speciale karakter codes

speciale karakters

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Code
HTML decimal code
Entity
character entity, [3.2] = defined in HTML 3.2 (others defined in 2.0 or earlier)
Hex
hex code for use in URLs
Code Entity Hex Character Description
� %00 Unused
 %01 Unused
 %02 Unused
 %03 Unused
 %04 Unused
 %05 Unused
 %06 Unused
 %07 Unused
 %08 Unused
	 %09 Horizontal tab

 %0A Line feed
 %0B Unused
 %0C Unused

 %0D Carriage return
 %0E Unused
 %0F Unused
 %10 Unused
 %11 Unused
 %12 Unused
 %13 Unused
 %14 Unused
 %15 Unused
 %16 Unused
 %17 Unused
 %18 Unused
 %19 Unused
 %1A Unused
 %1B Unused
 %1C Unused
 %1D Unused
 %1E Unused
 %1F Unused
  %20 Space
! %21 ! Exclamation mark
" " %22 Quotation mark
# %23 # Number sign
$ %24 $ Dollar sign
% %25 % Percent sign
& & %26 & Ampersand
' %27 Apostrophe
( %28 ( Left parenthesis
) %29 ) Right parenthesis
* %2A * Asterisk
+ %2B + Plus sign
, %2C , Comma
- %2D Hyphen
. %2E . Period (fullstop)
/ %2F / Solidus (slash)
0 %30 0 0
1 %31 1 1
2 %32 2 2
3 %33 3 3
4 %34 4 4
5 %35 5 5
6 %36 6 6
7 %37 7 7
8 %38 8 8
9 %39 9 9
: %3A : Colon
&#59; %3B ; Semi-colon
&#60; &lt; %3C < Less than
&#61; %3D = Equals sign
&#62; &gt; %3E > Greater than
&#63; %3F ? Question mark
&#64; %40 @ Commercial at
&#65; %41 A A
&#66; %42 B B
&#67; %43 C C
&#68; %44 D D
&#69; %45 E E
&#70; %46 F F
&#71; %47 G G
&#72; %48 H H
&#73; %49 I I
&#74; %4A J J
&#75; %4B K K
&#76; %4C L L
&#77; %4D M M
&#78; %4E N N
&#79; %4F O O
&#80; %50 P P
&#81; %51 Q Q
&#82; %52 R R
&#83; %53 S S
&#84; %54 T T
&#85; %55 U U
&#86; %56 V V
&#87; %57 W W
&#88; %58 X X
&#89; %59 Y Y
&#90; %5A Z Z
&#91; %5B [ Left square bracket
&#92; %5C \ Reverse solidus (backslash)
&#93; %5D ] Right square bracket
&#94; %5E ^ Caret
&#95; %5F _ Horizontal bar (underscore)
&#96; %60 ` Acute accent
&#97; %61 a a
&#98; %62 b b
&#99; %63 c c
&#100; %64 d d
&#101; %65 e e
&#102; %66 f f
&#103; %67 g g
&#104; %68 h h
&#105; %69 i i
&#106; %6A j j
&#107; %6B k k
&#108; %6C l l
&#109; %6D m m
&#110; %6E n n
&#111; %6F o o
&#112; %70 p p
&#113; %71 q q
&#114; %72 r r
&#115; %73 s s
&#116; %74 t t
&#117; %75 u u
&#118; %76 v v
&#119; %77 w w
&#120; %78 x x
&#121; %79 y y
&#122; %7A z z
&#123; %7B { Left curly brace
&#124; %7C | Vertical bar
&#125; %7D } Right curly brace
&#126; %7E ~ Tilde
&#127; %7F Unused
&#128; %80 Unused
&#129; %81 Unused
&#130; %82 Unused
&#131; %83 Unused
&#132; %84 Unused
&#133; %85 Unused
&#134; %86 Unused
&#135; %87 Unused
&#136; %88 Unused
&#137; %89 Unused
&#138; %8A Unused
&#139; %8B Unused
&#140; %8C Unused
&#141; %8D Unused
&#142; %8E Unused
&#143; %8F Unused
&#144; %90 Unused
&#145; %91 Unused
&#146; %92 Unused
&#147; %93 Unused
&#148; %94 Unused
&#149; %95 Unused
&#150; %96 Unused
&#151; %97 Unused
&#152; %98 Unused
&#153; %99 Unused
&#154; %9A Unused
&#155; %9B Unused
&#156; %9C Unused
&#157; %9D Unused
&#158; %9E Unused
&#159; %9F Unused
&#160; &nbsp; [3.2] %A0 Non-breaking space
&#161; &iexcl; [3.2] %A1 ¡ Inverted exclamation
&#162; &cent; [3.2] %A2 ¢ Cent sign
&#163; &pound; [3.2] %A3 £ Pound sterling
&#164; &curren; [3.2] %A4 ¤ General currency sign
&#165; &yen; [3.2] %A5 ¥ Yen sign
&#166; &brvbar; [3.2] %A6 ¦ Broken vertical bar
&#167; &sect; [3.2] %A7 § Section sign
&#168; &uml; [3.2] %A8 ¨ Umlaut (dieresis)
&#169; &copy; [3.2] %A9 © Copyright
&#170; &ordf; [3.2] %AA ª Feminine ordinal
&#171; &laquo; [3.2] %AB « Left angle quote, guillemotleft
&#172; &not; [3.2] %AC ¬ Not sign
&#173; &shy; [3.2] %AD Soft hyphen
&#174; &reg; [3.2] %AE ® Registered trademark
&#175; &macr; [3.2] %AF ¯ Macron accent
&#176; &deg; [3.2] %B0 ° Degree sign
&#177; &plusmn; [3.2] %B1 ± Plus or minus
&#178; &sup2; [3.2] %B2 ² Superscript two
&#179; &sup3; [3.2] %B3 ³ Superscript three
&#180; &acute; [3.2] %B4 ´ Acute accent
&#181; &micro; [3.2] %B5 µ Micro sign
&#182; &para; [3.2] %B6 Paragraph sign
&#183; &middot; [3.2] %B7 · Middle dot
&#184; &cedil; [3.2] %B8 ¸ Cedilla
&#185; &sup1; [3.2] %B9 ¹ Superscript one
&#186; &ordm; [3.2] %BA º Masculine ordinal
&#187; &raquo; [3.2] %BB » Right angle quote, guillemotright
&#188; &frac14; [3.2] %BC ¼ Fraction one-fourth
&#189; &frac12; [3.2] %BD ½ Fraction one-half
&#190; &frac34; [3.2] %BE ¾ Fraction three-fourths
&#191; &iquest; [3.2] %BF ¿ Inverted question mark
&#192; &Agrave; %C0 À Capital A, grave accent
&#193; &Aacute; %C1 Á Capital A, acute accent
&#194; &Acirc; %C2 Â Capital A, circumflex accent
&#195; &Atilde; %C3 Ã Capital A, tilde
&#196; &Auml; %C4 Ä Capital A, dieresis or umlaut mark
&#197; &Aring; %C5 Å Capital A, ring
&#198; &AElig; %C6 Æ Capital AE dipthong (ligature)
&#199; &Ccedil; %C7 Ç Capital C, cedilla
&#200; &Egrave; %C8 È Capital E, grave accent
&#201; &Eacute; %C9 É Capital E, acute accent
&#202; &Ecirc; %CA Ê Capital E, circumflex accent
&#203; &Euml; %CB Ë Capital E, dieresis or umlaut mark
&#204; &Igrave; %CC Ì Capital I, grave accent
&#205; &Iacute; %CD Í Capital I, acute accent
&#206; &Icirc; %CE Î Capital I, circumflex accent
&#207; &Iuml; %CF Ï Capital I, dieresis or umlaut mark
&#208; &ETH; %D0 Ð Capital Eth, Icelandic
&#209; &Ntilde; %D1 Ñ Capital N, tilde
&#210; &Ograve; %D2 Ò Capital O, grave accent
&#211; &Oacute; %D3 Ó Capital O, acute accent
&#212; &Ocirc; %D4 Ô Capital O, circumflex accent
&#213; &Otilde; %D5 Õ Capital O, tilde
&#214; &Ouml; %D6 Ö Capital O, dieresis or umlaut mark
&#215; &times; [3.2] %D7 × Multiply sign
&#216; &Oslash; %D8 Ø Capital O, slash
&#217; &Ugrave; %D9 Ù Capital U, grave accent
&#218; &Uacute; %DA Ú Capital U, acute accent
&#219; &Ucirc; %DB Û Capital U, circumflex accent
&#220; &Uuml; %DC Ü Capital U, dieresis or umlaut mark
&#221; &Yacute; %DD Ý Capital Y, acute accent
&#222; &THORN; %DE Þ Capital THORN, Icelandic
&#223; &szlig; %DF ß Small sharp s, German (sz ligature)
&#224; &agrave; %E0 à Small a, grave accent
&#225; &aacute; %E1 á Small a, acute accent
&#226; &acirc; %E2 â Small a, circumflex accent
&#227; &atilde; %E3 ã Small a, tilde
&#228; &auml; %E4 ä Small a, dieresis or umlaut mark
&#229; &aring; %E5 å Small a, ring
&#230; &aelig; %E6 æ Small ae dipthong (ligature)
&#231; &ccedil; %E7 ç Small c, cedilla
&#232; &egrave; %E8 è Small e, grave accent
&#233; &eacute; %E9 é Small e, acute accent
&#234; &ecirc; %EA ê Small e, circumflex accent
&#235; &euml; %EB ë Small e, dieresis or umlaut mark
&#236; &igrave; %EC ì Small i, grave accent
&#237; &iacute; %ED í Small i, acute accent
&#238; &icirc; %EE î Small i, circumflex accent
&#239; &iuml; %EF ï Small i, dieresis or umlaut mark
&#240; &eth; %F0 ð Small eth, Icelandic
&#241; &ntilde; %F1 ñ Small n, tilde
&#242; &ograve; %F2 ò Small o, grave accent
&#243; &oacute; %F3 ó Small o, acute accent
&#244; &ocirc; %F4 ô Small o, circumflex accent
&#245; &otilde; %F5 õ Small o, tilde
&#246; &ouml; %F6 ö Small o, dieresis or umlaut mark
&#247; &divide; [3.2] %F7 ÷ Division sign
&#248; &oslash; %F8 ø Small o, slash
&#249; &ugrave; %F9 ù Small u, grave accent
&#250; &uacute; %FA ú Small u, acute accent
&#251; &ucirc; %FB û Small u, circumflex accent
&#252; &uuml; %FC ü Small u, dieresis or umlaut mark
&#253; &yacute; %FD ý Small y, acute accent
&#254; &thorn; %FE þ Small thorn, Icelandic
&#255; &yuml; %FF ÿ Small y, dieresis or umlaut mark
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