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Using the Codes

Windows assigns a numeric code to different accented letters, other foreign characters and special mathematical symbols. For instance the code for lower case á is 0225, and the code for capital Á is 0193. The ALT key input is used to manually insert these letters and symbols by calling the numeric code assigned to them.
To use the codes:
  1. Place your cursor in the location where you wish to insert a special character.
  2. Activate the numeric key pad on the right of the keyboard by pressing Num Lock (upper right of keyboard). The Num Lock light on the keyboard will indicate that the numeric key pad is on.

    NOTE: You must use the numeric key pad; if you use the number keys on the top of the keyboard, the characters will not appear. If you are on a laptop or computer without a separate numeric keypad one of the other methods is recommended.
  3. While pressing down the ALT key, type the four-digit code on the numeric key pad at the right edge of the keyboard. The codes are "case sensitive." For instance, the code for lower-case á is ALT+0225, but capital Á is ALT+0193.

    NOTE: If you have the International keyboard activated, you will only be able to input codes with the ALT key on the left side of the keyboard. 
  4. Release the ALT key. The character will appear when the ALT key is released.

    NOTE: You must include the initial zero in the code. For example to insert á (0225) you must type ALT+0225, NOT ALT+225.

Letters with Accents


This list is organized by Accent type. To determine the appropriate numeric code, match the accent with the vowel. 
Windows Alt Codes for Accented Vowels
AccentAEIOUY
Grave
Capital
À
0192
È
0200
Ì
0204
Ò
0210
Ù
0217
Grave Lower Caseà
0224
è
0232
ì
0236
ò
0242
ù
0249
Acute 
Capital
Á
0193
É
0201
Í
0205
Ó
0211
Ú
0218
Ý
0221
Acute Lower Caseá
0225
é
0233
í
0237
ó
0243
ú
0250
ý
0253
Circumflex
Capital
Â
0194
Ê
0202
Î
0206
Ô
0212
Û
0219
Circumflex Lower Caseâ
0226
ê
0234
î
0238
ô
0244
û
0251
Tilde
Capital
Ã
0195
--Ñ
0209
Õ
0213
--
Tilde Lower Caseã
0227
--ñ
0241
õ
0245
--
Umlaut 
Capital
Ä
0196
Ë
0203
Ï
0207
Ö
0214
Ü
0220
Ÿ
0159
Umlaut Lower Caseä
0228
ë
0235
ï
0239
ö
0246
ü
0252
ÿ
0255

Example: To input the acute a á (0225), hold down the ALT key, type 0225 on the numeric keypad, then release the ALT key.
If you are having problems inputting these codes, please review the instructions for using the codes at the bottom of this Web page

Other Foreign codes 

These include special punctuation and unique consonant and vowel symbols.
Windows Alt Codes for Foreign Characters
SYMBOLNAMECODE NUMBER
¡Upside-down exclamation mark0161
¿Upside-down question mark0191
Ç, çFrench C cedille (caps/lowecase)0199
0231
Œ,œO-E ligature (caps/lowecase)0140
0156
ßGerman Sharp/Double S0223
º, ªMasculine Ordinal Number (Span/Ital/Portuguese)
Feminine Ordinal Number
0186
0170
Ø,øNordic O slash (caps/lowecase)0216
0248
Å,åNordic A ring (caps/lowecase), Angstrom sign01970229
Æ, æA-E ligature (caps/lowecase)0198
0230
Þ, þIcelandic/Old English Thorn (caps/lowecase)0222
0254
Ð, ðIcelandic/Old English Eth (caps/lowecase)0208
0240
« »Spanish/French angle quotation marks0171
0187
‹ ›Spanish/French angle single quotation marks0139
0155
Š šCzech S hachek (S Caron)
(caps/lowercase)
0138
0154
Ž žCzech S hachek (Z Caron)
(caps/lowercase)
0142
0158




Currency Symbols

Windows Alt Code for Currency Symbols
SYMBOLNAMECODE NUMBER
¢Cent sign0162
£British Pound0163
Euro currency0128
¥Japanese Yen0165
ƒDutch Florin0131
¤Generic currency symbol0164




Other Punctuation

These incude copyright symbols and special section marks.
Windows Alt Codes for Punctuation
SYMBOLNAMECODE NUMBER
©Copyright symbol0169
®Registered symbol0174
Trademark0153
List Dot0149
§Section Symbol0167
Dagger0134
Double Dagger0135
en-dash0150
em-dash0151
Paragraph Symbol (Pilcrow)0182




Math Symbols

Windows Alt Codes for Math Symbols
SYMBOLNAMECODE NUMBER
÷Division sign0247
°Degree symbol0176
¬Not symbol0172
±Plus/minus0177
µMicro0181
Per Mille (1/1000th)0137


Other Mathematical Symbols

These symbols have numeric codes only.
Math Symbol Codes
Character NameCharacterEntityHex Entity
MINUS-OR-PLUS SIGN∓
DOT PLUS∔
ASTERISK OPERATOR∗
RING OPERATOR∘
BULLET OPERATOR∙
PROPORTIONAL TO∝
RATIO∶
PROPORTION∷
DOT MINUS∸
EXCESS∹
GEOMETRIC PROPORTION∺
HOMOTHETIC∻
TILDE OPERATOR∼
REVERSED TILDE∽
INVERTED LAZY S∾
SINE WAVE∿
WREATH PRODUCT≀
EQUIVALENT TO≍
GEOMETRICALLY EQUIVALENT TO≎
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN≏
APPROACHES THE LIMIT≐
GEOMETRICALLY EQUAL TO≑
APPROXIMATELY EQUAL TO OR THE IMAGE OF≒
IMAGE OF OR APPROXIMATELY EQUAL TO≓
COLON EQUALS≔
EQUALS COLON≕
RING IN EQUAL TO≖
RING EQUAL TO≗
CORRESPONDS TO≘
ESTIMATES≙
EQUIANGULAR TO≚
STAR EQUALS≛
DELTA EQUAL TO≜
EQUAL TO BY DEFINITION≝
MEASURED BY≞
QUESTIONED EQUAL TO≟
PRECEDES≺
SUCCEEDS≻
PRECEDES OR EQUAL TO≼
SUCCEEDS OR EQUAL TO≽
PRECEDES OR EQUIVALENT TO≾
SUCCEEDS OR EQUIVALENT TO≿
DOES NOT PRECEDE⊀
DOES NOT SUCCEED⊁
SQUARE IMAGE OF⊏
SQUARE ORIGINAL OF⊐
SQUARE IMAGE OF OR EQUAL TO⊑
SQUARE ORIGINAL OF OR EQUAL TO⊒
SQUARE CAP⊓
SQUARE CUP⊔
CIRCLED PLUS⊕
CIRCLED MINUS⊖
CIRCLED TIMES⊗
CIRCLED DIVISION SLASH⊘
CIRCLED DOT OPERATOR⊙
CIRCLED RING OPERATOR⊚
CIRCLED ASTERISK OPERATOR⊛
CIRCLED EQUALS⊜
CIRCLED DASH⊝
SQUARED PLUS⊞
SQUARED MINUS⊟
SQUARED TIMES⊠
SQUARED DOT OPERATOR⊪
ASSERTION⊦
MODELS⊧
TRUE⊨
FORCES⊩
TRIPLE VERTICAL BAR RIGHT TURNSTILE⊪
DOUBLE VERTICAL BAR DOUBLE RIGHT TURNSTILE⊫
DOES NOT PROVE⊬
NOT TRUE⊭
DOES NOT FORCE⊮
NEGATED DOUBLE VERTICAL BAR DOUBLE RIGHT TURNSTILE⊯
PRECEDES UNDER RELATION⊰
SUCCEEDS UNDER RELATION⊱
NORMAL SUBGROUP OF⊲
CONTAINS AS NORMAL SUBGROUP⊳
NORMAL SUBGROUP OF OR EQUAL TO⊴
CONTAINS AS NORMAL SUBGROUP OR EQUAL TO⊵
ORIGINAL OF⊶
IMAGE OF⊷
MULTIMAP⊸
HERMITIAN CONJUGATE MATRIX⊹
INTERCALATE⊺
DIAMOND OPERATOR⋄
DOT OPERATOR⋅
STAR OPERATOR⋆
DIVISION TIMES⋇
BOWTIE⋈
LEFT NORMAL FACTOR SEMIDIRECT PRODUCT⋉
RIGHT NORMAL FACTOR SEMIDIRECT PRODUCT⋊
LEFT SEMIDIRECT PRODUCT⋋
RIGHT SEMIDIRECT PRODUCT⋌
REVERSED TILDE EQUALS⋍
PITCHFORK⋔
EQUAL AND PARALLEL TO⋕
LESS-THAN WITH DOT⋖
GREATER-THAN WITH DOT⋗
VERY MUCH LESS-THAN⋘
VERY MUCH GREATER-THAN⋙
LESS-THAN EQUAL TO OR GREATER-THAN⋚
GREATER-THAN EQUAL TO OR LESS-THAN⋛
EQUAL TO OR LESS-THAN⋜
EQUAL TO OR GREATER-THAN⋝
EQUAL TO OR PRECEDES⋞
EQUAL TO OR SUCCEEDS⋟
DOES NOT PRECEDE OR EQUAL⋠
DOES NOT SUCCEED OR EQUAL⋡
NOT SQUARE IMAGE OF OR EQUAL TO⋢
NOT SQUARE ORIGINAL OF OR EQUAL TO⋣
SQUARE IMAGE OF OR NOT EQUAL TO⋤
SQUARE ORIGINAL OF OR NOT EQUAL TO⋥
LESS-THAN BUT NOT EQUIVALENT TO⋦
GREATER-THAN BUT NOT EQUIVALENT TO⋧
PRECEDES BUT NOT EQUIVALENT TO⋨
SUCCEEDS BUT NOT EQUIVALENT TO⋩
NOT NORMAL SUBGROUP OF⋪
DOES NOT CONTAIN AS NORMAL SUBGROUP⋫
NOT NORMAL SUBGROUP OF OR EQUAL TO⋬
DOES NOT CONTAIN AS NORMAL SUBGROUP OR EQUAL⋭
VERTICAL ELLIPSIS⋮
MIDLINE HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS⋯
UP RIGHT DIAGONAL ELLIPSIS⋰
DOWN RIGHT DIAGONAL ELLIPSIS⋱





Fractions

These codes allow fractions to be represented with typographically smaller numerators and denominators, but they can be replaced by other ways of typing a fraction (e.g. "1/2"). CSS Styling can also be used to achieve the same effect as described on Got Unicode and Lars Bruzelius.
Note: The code -- means no HTML entity code exists and that a numeric code must be used.
Codes for Fracctions
Character NameCharacterEntityNum
Entity
Hex
Entity
VULGAR FRACTION 1/4¼¼¼
VULGAR FRACTION 1/2½½½
VULGAR FRACTION 3/4¾¾¾
VULGAR FRACTION 1/3--⅓
VULGAR FRACTION 2/3--⅔
VULGAR FRACTION 1/5--⅕
VULGAR FRACTION 2/5--₢
VULGAR FRACTION 3/5--⅗
VULGAR FRACTION 4/5--⅘
VULGAR FRACTION 1/6--⅙
VULGAR FRACTION 5/6--⅚
VULGAR FRACTION 1/8--⅛
VULGAR FRACTION 3/8--⅜
VULGAR FRACTION 5/8--⅝
VULGAR FRACTION 7/8--⅞



Common Equivalence and Proportion Operators

Common Equivalence Operators

Codes for Equivalence Statements (e.g. Not Equals)
Character NameCharacterEntityNum
Entity
Hex
Entity
NOT EQUALS≠≠
APPROXIMATELY EQUAL≅≅
ALMOST EQUAL (ASYMPTOTIC)≈≈
NOT ALMOST EQUAL TO--≉
TILDE SIMILAR TO∼∼
IDENTICAL TO (three lines)≡≡
NOT IDENTICAL TO--≢

Other Equivalence Symbols

More Equivalence Symbols
Character NameCharacterNum
Entity
Hex
Entity
STRICTLY EQUIVALENT TO≣
NOT IDENTICAL TO≢
LESS-THAN OVER EQUAL TO≦
GREATER-THAN OVER EQUAL TO≧
LESS-THAN BUT NOT EQUAL TO≨
GREATER-THAN BUT NOT EQUAL TO≩
MUCH LESS-THAN≪
MUCH GREATER-THAN≫
BETWEEN≬
NOT EQUIVALENT TO≭
NOT LESS-THAN≮
NOT GREATER-THAN≯
NEITHER LESS-THAN NOR EQUAL TO≰
NEITHER GREATER-THAN NOR EQUAL TO≱
LESS-THAN OR EQUIVALENT TO≲
GREATER-THAN OR EQUIVALENT TO≳
NEITHER LESS-THAN NOR EQUIVALENT TO≴
NEITHER GREATER-THAN NOR EQUIVALENT TO≵
LESS-THAN OR GREATER-THAN≶
GREATER-THAN OR LESS-THAN≷
NEITHER LESS-THAN NOR GREATER-THAN≸
NEITHER GREATER-THAN NOR LESS-THAN≹
NOT TILDE≁
MINUS TILDE≂
ASYMPTOTICALLY EQUAL TO≃
NOT ASYMPTOTICALLY EQUAL TO≄
APPROXIMATELY BUT NOT ACTUALLY EQUAL TO≆
NEITHER APPROXIMATELY NOR ACTUALLY EQUAL TO≇
NOT ALMOST EQUAL TO≉
ALMOST EQUAL OR EQUAL TO≊
TRIPLE TILDE≋
ALL EQUAL TO≌





Geometric Symbols

Note: The entity code for the Angle Symbol (∠) is ∠ and the code for the perpendicular angle (⊥) is ⊥.
Otherwise, these symbols have numeric codes only.

Angles and Lines

Codes for Angle/Line Symbols
Character NameCharacterNum
Entity
Hex
Entity
RIGHT ANGLE∟
ANGLE
Entity Code = ∠
∠
MEASURED ANGLE∡
SPHERICAL ANGLE∢
DIVIDES∣
DOES NOT DIVIDE∤
PARALLEL TO∥
NOT PARALLEL TO∦
RIGHT ANGLE WITH ARC⊾
RIGHT TRIANGLE⊿
UP TACK (Perpendicular)
Entity Code = ⊥
⊥
RIGHT TACK⊢
LEFT TACK⊣
DOWN TACK⊤

Logical Proofs

Note: The entity code for the Therefore Symbol (∴) is ∴. Otherwise, these symbols have numeric codes only.
Codes for Symbols in Proofs
Character NameCharacterNum
Entity
Hex
Entity
THEREFORE (Triangular Dots)
Entity Code = ∴
∴
BECAUSE (Upside down Triangular Dots)∵
PROPORTIONAL TO
Entity Code = ∝
∝
END OF PROOF (solid rectangle)∎




Logic & Set Theory

-- means no HTML entity code exists and that a numeric code must be used.
Codes for Logic and Set Theory Symbols
Character NameCharacterEntityNum
Entity
Hex
Entity
FOR ALL (Upside-down A)∀ ∀
COMPLEMENT (Thin C)--∁
THERE EXISTS (Backwards E)∃ ∃
THERE DOES NOT EXIST (Backwards E with slash)--∄
EMPTY SET (O slash)∅ ∅
NOT SYMBOL (Corner)¬¬ ¬
TILDE (Alternate Not Symbol)˜˜ --
LOGICAL AND (Wedge or Upside down V Symbol)∧ ∧
LOGICAL OR (V Symbol)∨ ∨
XOR--⊻
NAND--⊼
NOR--⊽
INTERSECTION (Cap or Upside Down U)∩ ∩
UNION (Cup or U Symbol)∪ ∪
ELEMENT OF∈ ∈
NOT AN ELEMENT OF∉ ∉
SMALL ELEMENT OF--∊
CONTAINS AS MEMBER∋ ∋
DOES NOT CONTAIN AS MEMBER--∌
SMALL CONTAINS AS MEMBER--∍
SET MINUS--∖
SUBSET OF (Sideways U with cap to left)⊂ ⊂
SUPERSET OF (Sideways U with cap to right)⊃ ⊃
NOT A SUBSET OF (Subset with Slash)⊄ ⊄
NOT A SUPERSET OF (Superset with slash)--⊅
SUBSET OF OR EQUAL TO (Subset with line below)⊆ ⊆
SUPERSET OF OR EQUAL TO (Superset with line below)⊇ ⊇
NEITHER A SUBSET OF NOR EQUAL TO--⊈
NEITHER A SUPERSET OF NOR EQUAL TO--⊉
SUBSET OF WITH NOT EQUAL TO--⊊
SUPERSET OF WITH NOT EQUAL TO--⊋
DIAMOND OPERATOR
(Possibility)
--⋄
ASYMPTOTICALLY EQUAL TO
One to one Correspondence
--≃
NOT ASYMPTOTICALLY EQUAL TO--≄
MULTISET (U with arrow)--⊌
MULTISET MULTIPLICATION (U with dot in center)--⊍
MULTISET UNION (U with plus in center)--⊎
DOUBLE SUBSET--⋐
DOUBLE SUPERSET--⋑
DOUBLE INTERSECTION--⋒
DOUBLE UNION--⋓
N-ARY LOGICAL AND--⋀
N-ARY LOGICAL OR--⋁
N-ARY INTERSECTION/td>--⋂
N-ARY UNION--⋃
CURLY LOGICAL OR--⋎
CURLY LOGICAL AND--⋏
CIRCLED PLUS (Direct Sum)⊕⊕
CIRCLED TIMES (Vector Product)⊗⊗
CIRCLED MINUS--⊖
CIRCLED DIVISION SLASH--⊘

Other Element Of Symbols

Character NameCharacterNum
Entity
Hex
Entity
Variants of Element of Symbols
ELEMENT OF WITH LONG HORIZONTAL STROKE⋲
ELEMENT OF WITH VERTICAL BAR AT END OF HORIZONTAL STROKE⋳
SMALL ELEMENT OF WITH VERTICAL BAR AT END OF HORIZONTAL STROKE⋴
ELEMENT OF WITH DOT ABOVE⋵
ELEMENT OF WITH OVERBAR⋶
SMALL ELEMENT OF WITH OVERBAR⋷
ELEMENT OF WITH UNDERBAR⋸
ELEMENT OF WITH TWO HORIZONTAL STROKES⋹
CONTAINS WITH LONG HORIZONTAL STROKE⋺
CONTAINS WITH VERTICAL BAR AT END OF HORIZONTAL STROKE⋻
SMALL CONTAINS WITH VERTICAL BAR AT END OF HORIZONTAL STROKE⋼
CONTAINS WITH OVERBAR⋽
SMALL CONTAINS WITH OVERBAR⋾
NOTATION BAG MEMBERSHIP⋿



Letter Symbols

Common Letter Symbols
Character NameCharacterEntityNum
Entity
Hex
Entity
INFINITY (Sideways 8)∞∞
ALEF INFINITY SYMBOLℵℵ
WEIERSTRASS POWER SET (Script Capital P)℘℘
IMAGINARY Part (Blackletter I)ℑℑ
REAL NUMBER (Blackletter R)ℜCapital P R I M Eℜ
DOUBLE-STRUCK REAL NUMBER (Doublestruck R)--ℝ
COMPLEX NUMBERS (Doublestruck C)--ℂ
NATURAL NUMBERS (Doublestruck N)--ℕ
PRIME NUMBERS (Doublestruck P)--ℙ
RATIONAL NUMBERS (Doublestruck Q)--ℚ
INTEGERS (Doublestruck Z)--ℤ



Measurement Symbols

Common Symbols

Codes for Measurement Symbols
Character NameCharacterEntityNum
Entity
Hex
Entity
DEGREE SYMBOL°°°
MICRO MU SYMBOLµµµ
SINGLE PRIME (feet, degree minutes)′′
DOUBLE PRIME (inches, degree minutes)″Capital P R I M E″
PER MILLE (1/1000th)‰‰



Calculus

Common Calculus Entity Codes

Codes for Calculus Symbols
Character NameCharacterEntityNum
Entity
Hex
Entity
INTEGRAL∫∫
PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL∂∂
INCREMENT (Difference or capital Delta)ΔΔ∆
NABLA (Backward Difference, Grad or upside down triangle)∇∇

Additional Integral Symbols

These symbols have numeric entity codes only.
Additional Calculus Symbols
Character NameCharacterNum
Entity
Hex
Entity
DOUBLE INTEGRAL∬
TRIPLE INTEGRAL∭
QUADRUPLE INTEGRAL⨌
CONTOUR INTEGRAL∮
SURFACE INTEGRAL∯
VOLUME INTEGRAL∰
CLOCKWISE INTEGRAL∱
ANTICLOCKWISE INTEGRAL⨑
CLOCKWISE CONTOUR INTEGRAL∲
ANTICLOCKWISE CONTOUR INTEGRAL∳



Common Statistics

-- means no HTML entity code exists and that a numeric code must be used.
Codes for Statistics Symbols
Character NameCharacterEntityNum
Entity
Hex
Entity
LOWER CASE MU (Mean)μμμ
LOWER CASE SIGMA (Standard Deviation)σσσ
LOWER CASE CHIχχχ
CAPITAL PI N-ARY PRODUCT∏∑
N-ARY COPRODUCT (upside down capital pi)--∐

X-Bar, P-Hat and D-Bar

Some codes like that for  (X-bar) are actually a combination of two codes - the base letter x plus a code for the line above (&#772: or   ̄). Note that a capital letter (e.g. the D in D-bar) may need to be reduced in size to accomodate the placement of the combining diacritic.
Note: These symbols use combining characters and may not appear correctly in older browsers such as Safari 2.
Statistics Symbols using Combining Diacritics
Character NameCharacterHTML Code
X-Bar (Average)x̄
P-Hatp̂
D-BarD̄<span style="font-size:80%">D</span>&#772;



Common Arithmetic & Alebgra

-- means no HTML entity code exists and that a numeric code must be used.
Codes for Common Math Symbols
Character NameCharacterEntityNum
Entity
Hex
Entity
LESS THAN<&lt;&#60;
GREATER THAN>&gt;&#62;
LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO&le;&#8804;
GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO&ge;&#8805;
PLUS OR MINUS±&plusmn;&#177;
NOT EQUALS&ne;&#8800;
DIVISION SIGN÷&divide;&#247;
TIMES X×&times;&#215;
MINUS&minus;&#8722;
DIVISION SLASH--&#8725;
FRACTION SLASH&frasl&#8260;
SQUARE ROOT RADICAL&radic;&#8730;
CUBE ROOT--&#8731;
FOURTH ROOT--&#8732;
INFINITY&infin;&#8734;
ALEF INFINITY SYMBOL&alefsym;&#8501;
FUNCTION ITALIC Fƒ&fnof;&#402;
PRIME (single quote)&prime;&#8242;
DOUBLE PRIME (double quote)&Prime;&#8243;
TRIPLE PRIME (triple quote)--&#8244;
THEREFORE (Triangular Dots)&there4;&#8756;
DOT OPERATOR&sdot;&#8901;
SUPERSCRIPT TWO¹&sup1;&#185;
SUPERSCRIPT TWO²&sup2;&#178;
SUPERSCRIPT THREE³&sup3;&#179;
LEFT ANGLE BRACKET&lang;&#9001;
RIGHT ANGLE BRACKET&rang;&#9002;
LEFT CEILING BRACKET&lceil;&#8968;
RIGHT CEILING BRACKET&rceil;&#8969;
LEFT FLOOR BRACKET&lceil;&#8970;
RIGHT FLOOR BRACKET&rceil;&#8971;
CIRCLED PLUS (Direct Sum)&oplus;&#8853;
CIRCLED TIMES (Vector Product)&otimes;&#8855;


Superscript and Subscript

HTML

With the Tags

You can use the <sup></sup> tag to create superscript text and <sub></sub> to create su-script text. Or you can use the codes below.
Code: x<sup>x+1</sup>
Result: xx+1
Code: x<sub>i+1</sub>
Result: xi+1

With the Codes

Code: x&sup2;
Result: 
Code: x&#8308;
Result: x⁴

Superscript Chart

Codes for Superscript Characters
Character NameCharacterNum
Entity
Hex
Entity
SUPERSCRIPT ZERO&#8304;
SUPERSCRIPT ONE
Entity Code = &sup1;
¹&#185;
SUPERSCRIPT TWO
Entity Code = &sup2;
²&#178;
SUPERSCRIPT THREE
Entity Code = &sup3;
³&#179;
SUPERSCRIPT FOUR&#8308;
SUPERSCRIPT FIVE&#8309;
SUPERSCRIPT SIX&#8310;
SUPERSCRIPT SEVEN&#8311;
SUPERSCRIPT EIGHT&#8312;
SUPERSCRIPT NINE&#8313;
SUPERSCRIPT PLUS SIGN&#8314;
SUPERSCRIPT MINUS&#8315;
SUPERSCRIPT EQUALS SIGN&#8316;
SUPERSCRIPT LEFT PARENTHESIS&#8317;
SUPERSCRIPT RIGHT PARENTHESIS&#8318;
SUPERSCRIPT LATIN SMALL LETTER I&#8305;
SUPERSCRIPT LATIN SMALL LETTER N&#8319;

Subscript Codes

Codes for Subscript Characters
Character NameCharacterNum
Entity
Hex
Entity
SUBSCRIPT ZERO&#8320;
SUBSCRIPT ONE&#8321;
SUBSCRIPT TWO&#8322;
SUBSCRIPT THREE&#8323;
SUBSCRIPT FOUR&#8324;
SUBSCRIPT FIVE&#8325;
SUBSCRIPT SIX&#8326;
SUBSCRIPT SEVEN&#8327;
SUBSCRIPT EIGHT&#8328;
SUBSCRIPT NINE&#8329;
SUBSCRIPT PLUS SIGN&#8330;
SUBSCRIPT MINUS&#8331;
SUBSCRIPT EQUALS SIGN&#8332;
SUBSCRIPT LEFT PARENTHESIS&#8333;
SUBSCRIPT RIGHT PARENTHESIS&#8334;
LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER A&#8336;
LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER E&#8337;
LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER O&#8338;
LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER I&#7522;
LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER R&#7523;
LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER U&#7524;
LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER V&#7525;
LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER X&#8339;
GREEK SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER BETA&#7526;
GREEK SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER GAMMA&#7527;
GREEK SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER RHO&#7528;
GREEK SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER PHI&#7529;
GREEK SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER CHI&#7530;



Using the Codes

Windows assigns a numeric code to different accented letters, other foreign characters and special mathematical symbols. For instance the code for lower case á is 0225, and the code for capital Á is 0193. The ALT key input is used to manually insert these letters and symbols by calling the numeric code assigned to them.
To use the codes:
  1. Place your cursor in the location where you wish to insert a special character.
  2. Activate the numeric key pad on the right of the keyboard by pressing Num Lock (upper right of keyboard). The Num Lock light on the keyboard will indicate that the numeric key pad is on.

    NOTE: You must use the numeric key pad; if you use the number keys on the top of the keyboard, the characters will not appear. If you are on a laptop or computer without a separate numeric keypad one of the other methods is recommended.
  3. While pressing down the ALT key, type the four-digit code on the numeric key pad at the right edge of the keyboard. The codes are "case sensitive." For instance, the code for lower-case á is ALT+0225, but capital Á is ALT+0193.

    NOTE: If you have the International keyboard activated, you will only be able to input codes with the ALT key on the left side of the keyboard. 
  4. Release the ALT key. The character will appear when the ALT key is released.

    NOTE: You must include the initial zero in the code. For example to insert á (0225) you must type ALT+0225, NOT ALT+225.





3 comments :

  1. Finally found codes for subscripts. - Do you know which unicode sets these are compatible with?

    Correction for your listing of double prime - should be 8243, not 8242.

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