ASCII, pronounced "ask-key", is the common code for microcomputer equipment. The standard ASCII character set consists of 128 decimal numbers ranging from 0 through 127 assigned to letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and the most common special characters.

The first 32 values (Not displayed below, 0 through 31) are codes for things like carriage return and line feed. The space character is the 33rd value, followed by punctuation, digits, uppercase characters and lowercase characters.

Character HTML Code Description
  Space
! ! Exclamation point
" " Double Quotes
# # Number Sign
$ $ Dollar Sign
% % Percent Sign
& & Ampersand
' ' Single Quote - Apostrophe
( ( Opening parenthesis
) ) Closing parenthesis
* * Asterisk
+ + Plus sign
, , Comma
- - Minus Sign - Hyphen
. . Period
/ / Slash
0 0 Zero
1 1 One
2 2 Two
3 3 Three
4 4 Four
5 5 Five
6 6 Six
7 7 Seven
8 8 Eight
9 9 Nine
: : Colon
; &#59; Semicolon
< &#60; Less than sign
= &#61; Equal Sign
> &#62; Greater than sign
? &#63; Question mark
@ &#64; At symbol
A &#65; Uppercase A
B &#66; Uppercase B
C &#67; Uppercase C
D &#68; Uppercase D
E &#69; Uppercase E
F &#70; Uppercase F
G &#71; Uppercase G
H &#72; Uppercase H
I &#73; Uppercase I
J &#74; Uppercase J
K &#75; Uppercase K
L &#76; Uppercase L
M &#77; Uppercase M
N &#78; Uppercase N
O &#79; Uppercase O
P &#80; Uppercase P
Q &#81; Uppercase Q
R &#82; Uppercase R
S &#83; Uppercase S
T &#84; Uppercase T
U &#85; Uppercase U
V &#86; Uppercase V
W &#87; Uppercase W
X &#88; Uppercase X
Y &#89; Uppercase Y
Z &#90; Uppercase Z
[ &#91; Opening bracket
\ &#92; Backslash
] &#93; Closing bracket
^ &#94; Caret
_ &#95; Underscore
` &#96; Grave accent
a &#97; Lowercase a
b &#98; Lowercase b
c &#99; Lowercase c
d &#100; Lowercase d
e &#101; Lowercase e
f &#102; Lowercase f
g &#103; Lowercase g
h &#104; Lowercase h
i &#105; Lowercase i
j &#106; Lowercase j
k &#107; Lowercase k
l &#108; Lowercase l
m &#109; Lowercase m
n &#110; Lowercase n
o &#111; Lowercase o
p &#112; Lowercase p
q &#113; Lowercase q
r &#114; Lowercase r
s &#115; Lowercase s
t &#116; Lowercase t
u &#117; Lowercase u
v &#118; Lowercase v
w &#119; Lowercase w
x &#120; Lowercase x
y &#121; Lowercase y
z &#122; Lowercase z
{ &#123; Opening brace
| &#124; Vertical Bar
} &#125; Closing brace
~ &#126; Tilde