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ASCII Symbols Test

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kinjalgp

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33: !
34: "
35: #
36: $
37: %
38: &
39: '
40: (
41: )
42: *
43: +
44: ,
45: -
46: .
47: /
48: 0
49: 1
50: 2
51: 3
52: 4
53: 5
54: 6
55: 7
56: 8
57: 9
58: :
59: ;
60: <
61: =
62: >
63: ?
64: @
65: A
66: B
67: C
68: D
69: E
70: F
71: G
72: H
73: I
74: J
75: K
76: L
77: M
78: N
79: O
80: P
81: Q
82: R
83: S
84: T
85: U
86: V
87: W
88: X
89: Y
90: Z
91: [
92: \
93: ]
94: ^
95: _
96: `
97: a
98: b
99: c
100: d
101: e
102: f
103: g
104: h
105: i
106: j
107: k
108: l
109: m
110: n
111: o
112: p
113: q
114: r
115: s
116: t
117: u
118: v
119: w
120: x
121: y
122: z
123: {
124: |
125: }
126: ~
127: 
128: €
129: ￾
130: ‚
131: ƒ
132: „
133: …
134: †
135: ‡
136: ˆ
137: ‰
138: Š
139: ‹
140: Œ
141: ￾
142: Ž
143: ￾
144: ￾
145: ‘
146: ’
147: “
148: ”
149: •
150: –
151: —
152: ˜
153: ™
154: š
155: ›
156: œ
157: ￾
158: ž
159: Ÿ
160:  
161: ¡
162: ¢
163: £
164: ¤
165: ¥
166: ¦
167: §
168: ¨
169: ©
170: ª
171: «
172: ¬
173: ­
174: ®
175: ¯
176: °
177: ±
178: ²
179: ³
180: ´
181: µ
182: ¶
183: ·
184: ¸
185: ¹
186: º
187: »
188: ¼
189: ½
190: ¾
191: ¿
192: À
193: Á
194: Â
195: Ã
196: Ä
197: Å
198: Æ
199: Ç
200: È
201: É
202: Ê
203: Ë
204: Ì
205: Í
206: Î
207: Ï
208: Ð
209: Ñ
210: Ò
211: Ó
212: Ô
213: Õ
214: Ö
215: ×
216: Ø
217: Ù
218: Ú
219: Û
220: Ü
221: Ý
222: Þ
223: ß
224: à
225: á
226: â
227: ã
228: ä
229: å
230: æ
231: ç
232: è
233: é
234: ê
235: ë
236: ì
237: í
238: î
239: ï
240: ð
241: ñ
242: ò
243: ó
244: ô
245: õ
246: ö
247: ÷
248: ø
249: ù
250: ú
251: û
252: ü
253: ý
254: þ
255: ÿ

This is just a test to check whether forum supports physics symbols or not. Bad luck! Most of the symbols are not supported by this font.
 

herbymcduff

New Member
what exactly are you trying to do. Isn't ascii code for keyboards?
 

kinjalgp

Active Member
Nop! not using keyboard. Just a 3 line For-Loop in Visual Basic and a Clipboard.SetText function. :lol:
 

kinjalgp

Active Member
One more thing. I suggest Electromaster to change the forum fonts to "TERMINAL". This one supports almost all the symbol we require over here frequently.
 

kinjalgp

Active Member
Even keyboard thing works out. Press the Alt + Any number (0-255) and then release the Alt key.
 

bogdanfirst

New Member
that is what i was saying, i used many numbers, i tried and whare the simbols(the greek letters should be) there are squares like this, and it doesnt work
 

Dean Huster

Well-Known Member
OK. My turn:

It's 32°F outside right now. My µP is an 8085 made by Intel. The tolerance of my resistor is ±5%.

ALT<248> = °
ALT<230> = µ
ALT<241> = ±

If you're using the "ALT" IBM extended character set, you MUST use the numeric keypad to enter the digits, not the numbers over the main keyboard. Unfortunately, the entire extended character set is not supported on the Internet in general.

Dean
 

kinjalgp

Active Member
If you do it in NOTEPAD you get all the symbols but not on the forum. :(
 
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