HTML Windows-1252 (ANSI) Reference


Windows-1252 was the first default character set in Microsoft Windows.

It was the most popular character set in Windows from 1985 to 1990.


Historically, the term "ANSI Code Pages" was used in Windows to refer to non-DOS character sets.

The intention was that these character sets would be ANSI standards like ISO-8859-1.

Even though Windows-1252 is almost identical to ISO-8859-1, it has never been an ANSI or ISO standard.

Windows-1252 and ASCII

The first part of Windows-1252 (entity numbers from 0-127) is the original ASCII character-set. It contains numbers, upper and lowercase English letters, and some special characters.

For a closer look, please study our Complete ASCII Reference.

The Windows-1252 Character Set

Character Number Entity Name Description
 0 - 31 Control characters (see below)
 32 space
!33 exclamation mark
"34"quotation mark
#35 number sign
$36 dollar sign
%37 percent sign
'39 apostrophe
(40 left parenthesis
)41 right parenthesis
*42 asterisk
+43 plus sign
,44 comma
-45 hyphen-minus
.46 full stop
/47 solidus
048 digit zero
149 digit one
250 digit two
351 digit three
452 digit four
553 digit five
654 digit six
755 digit seven
856 digit eight
957 digit nine
:58 colon
;59 semicolon
<60&lt;less-than sign
=61 equals sign
>62&gt;greater-than sign
?63 question mark
@64 commercial at
A65 Latin capital letter A
B66 Latin capital letter B
C67 Latin capital letter C
D68 Latin capital letter D
E69 Latin capital letter E
F70 Latin capital letter F
G71 Latin capital letter G
H72 Latin capital letter H
I73 Latin capital letter I
J74 Latin capital letter J
K75 Latin capital letter K
L76 Latin capital letter L
M77 Latin capital letter M
N78 Latin capital letter N
O79 Latin capital letter O
P80 Latin capital letter P
Q81 Latin capital letter Q
R82 Latin capital letter R
S83 Latin capital letter S
T84 Latin capital letter T
U85 Latin capital letter U
V86 Latin capital letter V
W87 Latin capital letter W
X88 Latin capital letter X
Y89 Latin capital letter Y
Z90 Latin capital letter Z
[91 left square bracket
\92 reverse solidus
]93 right square bracket
^94 circumflex accent
_95 low line
`96 grave accent
a97 Latin small letter a
b98 Latin small letter b
c99 Latin small letter c
d100 Latin small letter d
e101 Latin small letter e
f102 Latin small letter f
g103 Latin small letter g
h104 Latin small letter h
i105 Latin small letter i
j106 Latin small letter j
k107 Latin small letter k
l108 Latin small letter l
m109 Latin small letter m
n110 Latin small letter n
o111 Latin small letter o
p112 Latin small letter p
q113 Latin small letter q
r114 Latin small letter r
s115 Latin small letter s
t116 Latin small letter t
u117 Latin small letter u
v118 Latin small letter v
w119 Latin small letter w
x120 Latin small letter x
y121 Latin small letter y
z122 Latin small letter z
{123 left curly bracket
|124 vertical line
}125 right curly bracket
~126 tilde
 127 Control character (see below)
128&euro;euro sign
130&sbquo;single low-9 quotation mark
ƒ131&fnof;Latin small letter f with hook
132&bdquo;double low-9 quotation mark
133&hellip;horizontal ellipsis
135&Dagger;double dagger
ˆ136&circ;modifier letter circumflex accent
137&permil;per mille sign
Š138&Scaron;Latin capital letter S with caron
139&lsaquo;single left-pointing angle quotation mark
Œ140&OElig;Latin capital ligature OE
Ž142&Zcaron;Latin capital letter Z with caron
145&lsquo;left single quotation mark
146&rsquo;right single quotation mark
147&ldquo;left double quotation mark
148&rdquo;right double quotation mark
150&ndash;en dash
151&mdash;em dash
˜152&tilde;small tilde
153&trade;trade mark sign
š154&scaron;Latin small letter s with caron
155&rsaquo;single right-pointing angle quotation mark
œ156&oelig;Latin small ligature oe
ž158&zcaron;Latin small letter z with caron
Ÿ159&Yuml;Latin capital letter Y with diaeresis
 160&nbsp;no-break space
¡161&iexcl;inverted exclamation mark
¢162&cent;cent sign
£163&pound;pound sign
¤164&curren;currency sign
¥165&yen;yen sign
¦166&brvbar;broken bar
§167&sect;section sign
©169&copy;copyright sign
ª170&ordf;feminine ordinal indicator
«171&laquo;left-pointing double angle quotation mark
¬172&not;not sign
�­173&shy;soft hyphen
®174&reg;registered sign
°176&deg;degree sign
±177&plusmn;plus-minus sign
²178&sup2;superscript two
³179&sup3;superscript three
´180&acute;acute accent
µ181&micro;micro sign
182&para;pilcrow sign
·183&middot;middle dot
¹185&sup1;superscript one
º186&ordm;masculine ordinal indicator
»187&raquo;right-pointing double angle quotation mark
¼188&frac14;vulgar fraction one quarter
½189&frac12;vulgar fraction one half
¾190&frac34;vulgar fraction three quarters
¿191&iquest;inverted question mark
À192&Agrave;Latin capital letter A with grave
Á193&Aacute;Latin capital letter A with acute
Â194&Acirc;Latin capital letter A with circumflex
Ã195&Atilde;Latin capital letter A with tilde
Ä196&Auml;Latin capital letter A with diaeresis
Å197&Aring;Latin capital letter A with ring above
Æ198&AElig;Latin capital letter AE
Ç199&Ccedil;Latin capital letter C with cedilla
È200&Egrave;Latin capital letter E with grave
É201&Eacute;Latin capital letter E with acute
Ê202&Ecirc;Latin capital letter E with circumflex
Ë203&Euml;Latin capital letter E with diaeresis
Ì204&Igrave;Latin capital letter I with grave
Í205&Iacute;Latin capital letter I with acute
Î206&Icirc;Latin capital letter I with circumflex
Ï207&Iuml;Latin capital letter I with diaeresis
Ð208&ETH;Latin capital letter Eth
Ñ209&Ntilde;Latin capital letter N with tilde
Ò210&Ograve;Latin capital letter O with grave
Ó211&Oacute;Latin capital letter O with acute
Ô212&Ocirc;Latin capital letter O with circumflex
Õ213&Otilde;Latin capital letter O with tilde
Ö214&Ouml;Latin capital letter O with diaeresis
×215&times;multiplication sign
Ø216&Oslash;Latin capital letter O with stroke
Ù217&Ugrave;Latin capital letter U with grave
Ú218&Uacute;Latin capital letter U with acute
Û219&Ucirc;Latin capital letter U with circumflex
Ü220&Uuml;Latin capital letter U with diaeresis
Ý221&Yacute;Latin capital letter Y with acute
Þ222&THORN;Latin capital letter Thorn
ß223&szlig;Latin small letter sharp s
à224&agrave;Latin small letter a with grave
á225&aacute;Latin small letter a with acute
â226&acirc;Latin small letter a with circumflex
ã227&atilde;Latin small letter a with tilde
ä228&auml;Latin small letter a with diaeresis
å229&aring;Latin small letter a with ring above
æ230&aelig;Latin small letter ae
ç231&ccedil;Latin small letter c with cedilla
è232&egrave;Latin small letter e with grave
é233&eacute;Latin small letter e with acute
ê234&ecirc;Latin small letter e with circumflex
ë235&euml;Latin small letter e with diaeresis
ì236&igrave;Latin small letter i with grave
í237&iacute;Latin small letter i with acute
î238&icirc;Latin small letter i with circumflex
ï239&iuml;Latin small letter i with diaeresis
ð240&eth;Latin small letter eth
ñ241&ntilde;Latin small letter n with tilde
ò242&ograve;Latin small letter o with grave
ó243&oacute;Latin small letter o with acute
ô244&ocirc;Latin small letter o with circumflex
õ245&otilde;Latin small letter o with tilde
ö246&ouml;Latin small letter o with diaeresis
÷247&divide;division sign
ø248&oslash;Latin small letter o with stroke
ù249&ugrave;Latin small letter u with grave
ú250&uacute;Latin small letter u with acute
û251&ucirc;Latin small letter u with circumflex
ü252&uuml;Latin small letter u with diaeresis
ý253&yacute;Latin small letter y with acute
þ254&thorn;Latin small letter thorn
ÿ255&yuml;Latin small letter y with diaeresis

Control Characters

The control characters (range 00-31, plus 127) were designed to control hardware devices.

Control characters (except horizontal tab, line feed, and carriage return) have nothing to do inside an HTML document.

 Char Number Description
NUL 00 null character
SOH 01 start of header
STX 02 start of text
ETX 03 end of text
EOT 04 end of transmission
ENQ 05 enquiry
ACK 06 acknowledge
BEL 07 bell (ring)
BS 08 backspace
HT 09 horizontal tab
LF 10 line feed
VT 11 vertical tab
FF 12 form feed
CR 13 carriage return
SO 14 shift out
SI 15 shift in
DLE 16 data link escape
DC1 17 device control 1
DC2 18 device control 2
DC3 19 device control 3
DC4 20 device control 4
NAK 21 negative acknowledge
SYN 22 synchronize
ETB 23 end transmission block
CAN 24 cancel
EM 25 end of medium
SUB 26 substitute
ESC 27 escape
FS 28 file separator
GS 29 group separator
RS 30 record separator
US 31 unit separator
DEL 127 delete (rubout)

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