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display ascii codes in notepad

Answers

  • Your question was pretty vague.

    Here's a list of the first 127 characters from ASCII. Simply copy/paste them into Notepad.

    Good luck!

    Decimal  Value
    -------  -----
      000      NUL    (Null char.)
      001      SOH    (Start of Header)
      002      STX    (Start of Text)
      003      ETX    (End of Text)
      004      EOT    (End of Transmission)
      005      ENQ    (Enquiry)
      006      ACK    (Acknowledgment)
      007      BEL    (Bell)
      008       BS    (Backspace)
      009       HT    (Horizontal Tab)
      010       LF    (Line Feed)
      011       VT    (Vertical Tab)
      012       FF    (Form Feed)
      013       CR    (Carriage Return)
      014       SO    (Shift Out)
      015       SI    (Shift In)
      016      DLE    (Data Link Escape)
      017      DC1    (XON) (Device Control 1)
      018      DC2          (Device Control 2)
      019      DC3    (XOFF)(Device Control 3)
      020      DC4          (Device Control 4)
      021      NAK    (Negative Acknowledgement)
      022      SYN    (Synchronous Idle)
      023      ETB    (End of Trans. Block)
      024      CAN    (Cancel)
      025       EM    (End of Medium)
      026      SUB    (Substitute)
      027      ESC    (Escape)
      028       FS    (File Separator)
      029       GS    (Group Separator)
      030       RS    (Request to Send)(Record Separator)
      031       US    (Unit Separator)
      032       SP    (Space)
      033        !    (exclamation mark)
      034        "    (double quote)
      035        #    (number sign)
      036        $    (dollar sign)
      037        %    (percent)
      038        &    (ampersand)
      039        '    (single quote)
      040        (    (left/opening parenthesis)
      041        )    (right/closing parenthesis)
      042        *    (asterisk)
      043        +    (plus)
      044        ,    (comma)
      045        -    (minus or dash)
      046        .    (dot)
      047        /    (forward slash)
      048        0
      049        1
      050        2
      051        3
      052        4
      053        5
      054        6
      055        7
      056        8
      057        9
      058        :    (colon)
      059        ;    (semi-colon)
      060        <    (less than)
      061        =    (equal sign)
      062        >    (greater than)
      063        ?    (question mark)
      064        @    (AT symbol)
      065        A
      066        B
      067        C
      068        D
      069        E
      070        F
      071        G
      072        H
      073        I
      074        J
      075        K
      076        L
      077        M
      078        N
      079        O
      080        P
      081        Q
      082        R
      083        S
      084        T
      085        U
      086        V
      087        W
      088        X
      089        Y
      090        Z
      091        [    (left/opening bracket)
      092        \    (back slash)
      093        ]    (right/closing bracket)
      094        ^    (caret/circumflex)
      095        _    (underscore)
      096        `
      097        a
      098        b
      099        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        {    (left/opening brace)
      124        |    (vertical bar)
      125        }    (right/closing brace)
      126        ~    (tilde)
      127      DEL    (delete)

    Best wishes, Davin Mickelson

    Saturday, April 30, 2016 12:20 AM
    Answerer

All replies

  • Your question was pretty vague.

    Here's a list of the first 127 characters from ASCII. Simply copy/paste them into Notepad.

    Good luck!

    Decimal  Value
    -------  -----
      000      NUL    (Null char.)
      001      SOH    (Start of Header)
      002      STX    (Start of Text)
      003      ETX    (End of Text)
      004      EOT    (End of Transmission)
      005      ENQ    (Enquiry)
      006      ACK    (Acknowledgment)
      007      BEL    (Bell)
      008       BS    (Backspace)
      009       HT    (Horizontal Tab)
      010       LF    (Line Feed)
      011       VT    (Vertical Tab)
      012       FF    (Form Feed)
      013       CR    (Carriage Return)
      014       SO    (Shift Out)
      015       SI    (Shift In)
      016      DLE    (Data Link Escape)
      017      DC1    (XON) (Device Control 1)
      018      DC2          (Device Control 2)
      019      DC3    (XOFF)(Device Control 3)
      020      DC4          (Device Control 4)
      021      NAK    (Negative Acknowledgement)
      022      SYN    (Synchronous Idle)
      023      ETB    (End of Trans. Block)
      024      CAN    (Cancel)
      025       EM    (End of Medium)
      026      SUB    (Substitute)
      027      ESC    (Escape)
      028       FS    (File Separator)
      029       GS    (Group Separator)
      030       RS    (Request to Send)(Record Separator)
      031       US    (Unit Separator)
      032       SP    (Space)
      033        !    (exclamation mark)
      034        "    (double quote)
      035        #    (number sign)
      036        $    (dollar sign)
      037        %    (percent)
      038        &    (ampersand)
      039        '    (single quote)
      040        (    (left/opening parenthesis)
      041        )    (right/closing parenthesis)
      042        *    (asterisk)
      043        +    (plus)
      044        ,    (comma)
      045        -    (minus or dash)
      046        .    (dot)
      047        /    (forward slash)
      048        0
      049        1
      050        2
      051        3
      052        4
      053        5
      054        6
      055        7
      056        8
      057        9
      058        :    (colon)
      059        ;    (semi-colon)
      060        <    (less than)
      061        =    (equal sign)
      062        >    (greater than)
      063        ?    (question mark)
      064        @    (AT symbol)
      065        A
      066        B
      067        C
      068        D
      069        E
      070        F
      071        G
      072        H
      073        I
      074        J
      075        K
      076        L
      077        M
      078        N
      079        O
      080        P
      081        Q
      082        R
      083        S
      084        T
      085        U
      086        V
      087        W
      088        X
      089        Y
      090        Z
      091        [    (left/opening bracket)
      092        \    (back slash)
      093        ]    (right/closing bracket)
      094        ^    (caret/circumflex)
      095        _    (underscore)
      096        `
      097        a
      098        b
      099        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        {    (left/opening brace)
      124        |    (vertical bar)
      125        }    (right/closing brace)
      126        ~    (tilde)
      127      DEL    (delete)

    Best wishes, Davin Mickelson

    Saturday, April 30, 2016 12:20 AM
    Answerer
  • method of display ascii or ebcidic codes in a notepad file

    I think you mean this:

    I really would like an option/plugin to show the ASCII code/number (somewhere in the bottom near "Ln: Col:" ) of the character my cursor is at. Just like Peter Norton did in his editor(s) a "few" years ago..... (nc/ncc/ne)

    Is there any?

    Thursday, February 22, 2018 8:58 AM
  • Google for hex editors.  There are several free ones. See if any suit your needs.
    Friday, February 23, 2018 2:09 AM