C0 Controls and Basic LatinRange: 0000–007FThis file contains an excerpt from the character code tables and list of charac...
0000                     C0 Controls and Basic Latin                                              007F           000    00...
0000                                        C0 Controls and Basic Latin                                              0026 ...
0027                                      C0 Controls and Basic Latin                                               004800...
0049                                        C0 Controls and Basic Latin                                              007B ...
007C                                        C0 Controls and Basic Latin                                              007F0...
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  1. 1. C0 Controls and Basic LatinRange: 0000–007FThis file contains an excerpt from the character code tables and list of character names forThe Unicode Standard, Version 6.1This file may be changed at any time without notice to reflect errata or other updates to the Unicode Standard.See http://www.unicode.org/errata/ for an up-to-date list of errata.See http://www.unicode.org/charts/ for access to a complete list of the latest character code charts.See http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/Unicode-6.1/ for charts showing only the characters added in Unicode 6.1.See http://www.unicode.org/Public/6.1.0/charts/ for a complete archived file of character code charts for Unicode 6.1.DisclaimerThese charts are provided as the online reference to the character contents of the Unicode Standard, Version 6.1 but donot provide all the information needed to fully support individual scripts using the Unicode Standard. For a completeunderstanding of the use of the characters contained in this file, please consult the appropriate sections of The UnicodeStandard, Version 6.1, online at http://www.unicode.org/versions/Unicode6.1.0/, as well as Unicode Standard Annexes #9,#11, #14, #15, #24, #29, #31, #34, #38, #41, #42, and #44, the other Unicode Technical Reports and Standards, and theUnicode Character Database, which are available online.See http://www.unicode.org/ucd/ and http://www.unicode.org/reports/A thorough understanding of the information contained in these additional sources is required for a successfulimplementation.FontsThe shapes of the reference glyphs used in these code charts are not prescriptive. Considerable variation is to beexpected in actual fonts. The particular fonts used in these charts were provided to the Unicode Consortium by a numberof different font designers, who own the rights to the fonts.See http://www.unicode.org/charts/fonts.html for a list.Terms of UseYou may freely use these code charts for personal or internal business uses only. You may not incorporate them eitherwholly or in part into any product or publication, or otherwise distribute them without express written permission fromthe Unicode Consortium. However, you may provide links to these charts.The fonts and font data used in production of these code charts may NOT be extracted, or used in any other way in anyproduct or publication, without permission or license granted by the typeface owner(s).The Unicode Consortium is not liable for errors or omissions in this file or the standard itself. Information on charactersadded to the Unicode Standard since the publication of the most recent version of the Unicode Standard, as well as oncharacters currently being considered for addition to the Unicode Standard can be found on the Unicode web site.See http://www.unicode.org/pending/pending.html and http://www.unicode.org/alloc/Pipeline.html.Copyright © 1991-2012 Unicode, Inc. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. 0000 C0 Controls and Basic Latin 007F 000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 0   0 @ P ` p 0000 0010 0020 0030 0040 0050 0060 0070 1   ! 1 A Q a q 0001 0011 0021 0031 0041 0051 0061 0071 2   " 2 B R b r 0002 0012 0022 0032 0042 0052 0062 0072 3  # 3 C S c s 0003 0013 0023 0033 0043 0053 0063 0073 4  $ 4 D T d t 0004 0014 0024 0034 0044 0054 0064 0074 5  % 5 E U e u 0005 0015 0025 0035 0045 0055 0065 0075 6  & 6 F V f v 0006 0016 0026 0036 0046 0056 0066 0076 7  7 G W g w 0007 0017 0027 0037 0047 0057 0067 0077 8  ( 8 H X h x 0008 0018 0028 0038 0048 0058 0068 0078 9  ) 9 I Y i y 0009 0019 0029 0039 0049 0059 0069 0079 A  * : J Z j z 000A 001A 002A 003A 004A 005A 006A 007A B  + ; K [ k { 000B 001B 002B 003B 004B 005B 006B 007B C  , < L l | 000C 001C 002C 003C 004C 005C 006C 007C D  - = M ] m } 000D 001D 002D 003D 004D 005D 006D 007D E  . > N ^ n ~ 000E 001E 002E 003E 004E 005E 006E 007E F  / ? O _ o  000F 001F 002F 003F 004F 005F 006F 007F The Unicode Standard 6.1, Copyright © 1991-2012 Unicode, Inc. All rights reserved.
  3. 3. 0000 C0 Controls and Basic Latin 0026 C0 controls 001B  <control> Alias names are those for ISO/IEC 6429:1992. Commonly = ESCAPE used alternative aliases are also shown. 001C  <control> = INFORMATION SEPARATOR FOUR 0000  <control> = file separator (FS) = NULL 001D  <control> 0001  <control> = INFORMATION SEPARATOR THREE = START OF HEADING = group separator (GS) 0002  <control> 001E  <control> = START OF TEXT = INFORMATION SEPARATOR TWO 0003  <control> = record separator (RS) = END OF TEXT 001F  <control> 0004  <control> = INFORMATION SEPARATOR ONE = END OF TRANSMISSION = unit separator (US) 0005  <control> = ENQUIRY ASCII punctuation and symbols 0006  <control> Based on ISO/IEC 646. = ACKNOWLEDGE 0020  SPACE 0007  <control> • sometimes considered a control code = BELL • other space characters: 2000  –200A   0008  <control> → 00A0   no-break space = BACKSPACE → 200B   zero width space 0009  <control> → 2060   word joiner = CHARACTER TABULATION → 3000   ideographic space = horizontal tabulation (HT), tab → FEFF   zero width no-break space 000A  <control> 0021 ! EXCLAMATION MARK = LINE FEED (LF) = factorial = new line (NL), end of line (EOL) = bang 000B  <control> → 00A1 ¡  inverted exclamation mark = LINE TABULATION → 01C3 ǃ  latin letter retroflex click = vertical tabulation (VT) → 203C ‼  double exclamation mark 000C  <control> → 203D ‽  interrobang = FORM FEED (FF) → 2762 ❢  heavy exclamation mark ornament 000D  <control> 0022 " QUOTATION MARK = CARRIAGE RETURN (CR) 000E  <control> • neutral (vertical), used as opening or closing quotation mark = SHIFT OUT • preferred characters in English for paired • known as LOCKING-SHIFT ONE in 8-bit quotation marks are 201C “  & 201D ”  environments 000F  <control> → 02BA ʺ  modifier letter double prime = SHIFT IN → 030B $̋   combining double acute accent • known as LOCKING-SHIFT ZERO in 8-bit → 030E $̎   combining double vertical line above environments → 2033 ″  double prime 0010  <control> → 3003 〃  ditto mark = DATA LINK ESCAPE 0023 # NUMBER SIGN 0011  <control> = pound sign, hash, crosshatch, octothorpe = DEVICE CONTROL ONE → 2114 ℔  l b bar symbol 0012  <control> → 266F ♯  music sharp sign = DEVICE CONTROL TWO 0024 $ DOLLAR SIGN 0013  <control> = milreis, escudo = DEVICE CONTROL THREE • glyph may have one or two vertical bars 0014  <control> • other currency symbol characters: = DEVICE CONTROL FOUR 20A0 ₠ –20B9 ₹  0015  <control> → 00A4 ¤  currency sign = NEGATIVE ACKNOWLEDGE → 1F4B2  💲  heavy dollar sign 0016  <control> 0025 % PERCENT SIGN = SYNCHRONOUS IDLE → 066A   arabic percent sign 0017  <control> → 2030 ‰  per mille sign = END OF TRANSMISSION BLOCK → 2031 ‱  per ten thousand sign 0018  <control> → 2052 ⁒  commercial minus sign = CANCEL 0026 & AMPERSAND 0019  <control> → 204A ⁊  tironian sign et = END OF MEDIUM → 214B ⅋  turned ampersand 001A  <control> = SUBSTITUTE → FFFD   replacement characterThe Unicode Standard 6.1, Copyright © 1991-2012 Unicode, Inc. All rights reserved.
  4. 4. 0027 C0 Controls and Basic Latin 00480027 APOSTROPHE 0038 8 DIGIT EIGHT = apostrophe-quote (1.0) 0039 9 DIGIT NINE = APL quote ASCII punctuation and symbols • neutral (vertical) glyph with mixed usage • 2019 ’  is preferred for apostrophe 003A : COLON • preferred characters in English for paired → 0589 ։  armenian full stop quotation marks are 2018 ‘  & 2019 ’  → 05C3 ‫  ׃‬hebrew punctuation sof pasuq → 02B9 ʹ  modifier letter prime → 2236 ∶  ratio → 02BC ʼ  modifier letter apostrophe → A789 ꞉  modifier letter colon → 02C8 ˈ  modifier letter vertical line 003B ; SEMICOLON → 0301 $́   combining acute accent • this, and not 037E ; , is the preferred character → 2032 ′  prime for ’Greek question mark’ → A78C ꞌ  latin small letter saltillo → 037E ;  greek question mark0028 ( LEFT PARENTHESIS → 061B   arabic semicolon = opening parenthesis (1.0) → 204F ⁏  reversed semicolon0029 ) RIGHT PARENTHESIS 003C < LESS-THAN SIGN = closing parenthesis (1.0) → 2039 ‹  single left-pointing angle quotation • see discussion on semantics of paired mark bracketing characters → 2329 〈  left-pointing angle bracket002A * ASTERISK → 27E8 ⟨  mathematical left angle bracket = star (on phone keypads) → 3008 〈  left angle bracket → 066D   arabic five pointed star 003D = EQUALS SIGN → 204E ⁎  low asterisk • other related characters: 2241 ≁ –2263 ≣  → 2217 ∗  asterisk operator → 2260 ≠  not equal to → 26B9 ⚹  sextile → 2261 ≡  identical to → 2731 ✱  heavy asterisk → A78A ꞊  modifier letter short equals sign002B + PLUS SIGN → 10190  𐆐  roman sextans sign → 2795 ➕  heavy plus sign 003E > GREATER-THAN SIGN002C , COMMA → 203A ›  single right-pointing angle quotation = decimal separator mark → 060C   arabic comma → 232A 〉  right-pointing angle bracket → 201A ‚  single low-9 quotation mark → 27E9 ⟩  mathematical right angle bracket → 3001 、  ideographic comma → 3009 〉  right angle bracket002D - HYPHEN-MINUS 003F ? QUESTION MARK = hyphen or minus sign → 00BF ¿  inverted question mark • used for either hyphen or minus sign → 037E ;  greek question mark → 2010 ‐  hyphen → 061F   arabic question mark → 2011   non-breaking hyphen → 203D ‽  interrobang → 2012 ‒  figure dash → 2048 ⁈  question exclamation mark → 2013 –  en dash → 2049 ⁉  exclamation question mark → 2212 −  minus sign 0040 @ COMMERCIAL AT → 10191  𐆑  roman uncia sign = at sign002E . FULL STOP Uppercase Latin alphabet = period, dot, decimal point 0041 A LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A • may be rendered as a raised decimal point in 0042 B LATIN CAPITAL LETTER B old style numbers → 06D4   arabic full stop → 212C ℬ  script capital b → 3002 。  ideographic full stop 0043 C LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C002F / SOLIDUS → 2102 ℂ  double-struck capital c = slash, virgule → 212D ℭ  black-letter capital c → 01C0 ǀ  latin letter dental click 0044 D LATIN CAPITAL LETTER D → 0338 $̸   combining long solidus overlay 0045 E LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E → 2044 ⁄  fraction slash → 2107 ℇ  euler constant → 2215 ∕  division slash → 2130 ℰ  script capital e 0046 F LATIN CAPITAL LETTER FASCII digits → 2131 ℱ  script capital f0030 0 DIGIT ZERO → 2132 Ⅎ  turned capital f0031 1 DIGIT ONE 0047 G LATIN CAPITAL LETTER G0032 2 DIGIT TWO 0048 H LATIN CAPITAL LETTER H0033 3 DIGIT THREE → 210B ℋ  script capital h0034 4 DIGIT FOUR → 210C ℌ  black-letter capital h0035 5 DIGIT FIVE → 210D ℍ  double-struck capital h0036 6 DIGIT SIX0037 7 DIGIT SEVEN The Unicode Standard 6.1, Copyright © 1991-2012 Unicode, Inc. All rights reserved.
  5. 5. 0049 C0 Controls and Basic Latin 007B 0049 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I I 005F _ LOW LINE • Turkish and Azerbaijani use 0131 ı  for = spacing underscore (1.0) lowercase • this is a spacing character → 0130 İ  latin capital letter i with dot above → 02CD ˍ  modifier letter low macron → 0406 І  cyrillic capital letter byelorussian- → 0331 $̱   combining macron below ukrainian i → 0332 $̲   combining low line → 04C0 Ӏ  cyrillic letter palochka → 2017 ‗  double low line → 2110 ℐ  script capital i 0060 ` GRAVE ACCENT → 2111 ℑ  black-letter capital i • this is a spacing character → 2160 Ⅰ  roman numeral one → 02CB ˋ  modifier letter grave accent 004A J LATIN CAPITAL LETTER J → 0300 $̀   combining grave accent 004B K LATIN CAPITAL LETTER K → 2035 ‵  reversed prime → 212A K  kelvin sign Lowercase Latin alphabet 004C L LATIN CAPITAL LETTER L → 2112 ℒ  script capital l 0061 a LATIN SMALL LETTER A 004D M LATIN CAPITAL LETTER M 0062 b LATIN SMALL LETTER B → 2133 ℳ  script capital m 0063 c LATIN SMALL LETTER C 004E N LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N 0064 d LATIN SMALL LETTER D → 2115 ℕ  double-struck capital n 0065 e LATIN SMALL LETTER E 004F O LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O → 212E ℮  estimated symbol 0050 P LATIN CAPITAL LETTER P → 212F ℯ  script small e → 2119 ℙ  double-struck capital p 0066 f LATIN SMALL LETTER F 0051 Q LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Q 0067 g LATIN SMALL LETTER G → 211A ℚ  double-struck capital q → 0261 ɡ  latin small letter script g 0052 R LATIN CAPITAL LETTER R → 210A ℊ  script small g → 211B ℛ  script capital r 0068 h LATIN SMALL LETTER H → 211C ℜ  black-letter capital r → 04BB һ  cyrillic small letter shha → 211D ℝ  double-struck capital r → 210E ℎ  planck constant 0053 S LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S 0069 i LATIN SMALL LETTER I 0054 T LATIN CAPITAL LETTER T • Turkish and Azerbaijani use 0130 İ  for uppercase 0055 U LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U → 0131 ı  latin small letter dotless i 0056 V LATIN CAPITAL LETTER V → 1D6A4  𝚤  mathematical italic small dotless i → 2164 Ⅴ  roman numeral five 006A j LATIN SMALL LETTER J 0057 W LATIN CAPITAL LETTER W → 0237 ȷ  latin small letter dotless j 0058 X LATIN CAPITAL LETTER X → 1D6A5  𝚥  mathematical italic small dotless j 0059 Y LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y 006B k LATIN SMALL LETTER K 005A Z LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z 006C l LATIN SMALL LETTER L → 2124 ℤ  double-struck capital z → 2113 ℓ  script small l → 2128 ℨ  black-letter capital z → 1D4C1  𝓁  mathematical script small l ASCII punctuation and symbols 006D m LATIN SMALL LETTER M 005B [ LEFT SQUARE BRACKET 006E n LATIN SMALL LETTER N = opening square bracket (1.0) → 207F ⁿ  superscript latin small letter n • other bracket characters: 27E6 ⟦ –27EB ⟫ , 006F o LATIN SMALL LETTER O 2983 ⦃ –2998 ⦘ , 3008 〈 –301B 〛  → 2134 ℴ  script small o 005C REVERSE SOLIDUS 0070 p LATIN SMALL LETTER P = backslash 0071 q LATIN SMALL LETTER Q → 20E5 ⃥  combining reverse solidus overlay 0072 r LATIN SMALL LETTER R → 2216 ∖  set minus 0073 s LATIN SMALL LETTER S 005D ] RIGHT SQUARE BRACKET 0074 t LATIN SMALL LETTER T = closing square bracket (1.0) 0075 u LATIN SMALL LETTER U 005E ^ CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT 0076 v LATIN SMALL LETTER V • this is a spacing character 0077 w LATIN SMALL LETTER W → 02C4 ˄  modifier letter up arrowhead 0078 x LATIN SMALL LETTER X → 02C6 ˆ  modifier letter circumflex accent 0079 y LATIN SMALL LETTER Y → 0302 $̂   combining circumflex accent 007A z LATIN SMALL LETTER Z → 2038 ‸  caret → 01B6 ƶ  latin small letter z with stroke → 2303   up arrowhead ASCII punctuation and symbols 007B { LEFT CURLY BRACKET = opening curly bracket (1.0) = left braceThe Unicode Standard 6.1, Copyright © 1991-2012 Unicode, Inc. All rights reserved.
  6. 6. 007C C0 Controls and Basic Latin 007F007C | VERTICAL LINE = vertical bar • used in pairs to indicate absolute value → 01C0 ǀ  latin letter dental click → 05C0 ‫  ׀‬hebrew punctuation paseq → 2223 ∣  divides → 2758 ❘  light vertical bar007D } RIGHT CURLY BRACKET = closing curly bracket (1.0) = right brace007E ~ TILDE • this is a spacing character → 02DC ˜  small tilde → 0303 $̃   combining tilde → 2053 ⁓  swung dash → 223C ∼  tilde operator → FF5E ~  fullwidth tildeControl character007F  <control> = DELETE The Unicode Standard 6.1, Copyright © 1991-2012 Unicode, Inc. All rights reserved.

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