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Symbols or letters that are not present on your keyboard can be added to HTML using entities.


HTML Symbol Entities

HTML entities were described in the previous chapter.

Many mathematical, technical, and currency symbols, are not present on a normal keyboard.

To add such symbols to an HTML page, you can use the entity name or the entity number (a decimal or a hexadecimal reference) for the symbol:

Example

Display the euro sign:

<p>I will display &euro;</p>
<p>I will display &#8364;</p>
<p>I will display &#x20AC;</p>

Will display as:

I will display €
I will display €
I will display €
Try it Yourself »

Some Mathematical Symbols Supported by HTML

Char Number Entity Description
&#8704; &forall; For all Try it »
&#8706; &part; Partial differential Try it »
&#8707; &exist; There exists Try it »
&#8709; &empty; Empty sets Try it »
&#8711; &nabla; Nabla Try it »
&#8712; &isin; Element of Try it »
&#8713; &notin; Not an element of Try it »
&#8715; &ni; Contains as member Try it »
&#8719; &prod; N-ary product Try it »
&#8721; &sum; N-ary summation Try it »

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Some Greek Letters Supported by HTML

Char Number Entity Description
Α &#913; &Alpha; GREEK ALPHA Try it »
Β &#914; &Beta; GREEK BETA Try it »
Γ &#915; &Gamma; GREEK GAMMA Try it »
Δ &#916; &Delta; GREEK DELTA Try it »
Ε &#917; &Epsilon; GREEK EPSILON Try it »
Ζ &#918; &Zeta; GREEK ZETA Try it »

Full Greek Reference


Some Other Entities Supported by HTML

Char Number Entity Description
© &#169; &copy; COPYRIGHT Try it »
® &#174; &reg; REGISTERED Try it »
&#8364; &euro; EURO SIGN Try it »
&#8482; &trade; TRADEMARK Try it »
&#8592; &larr; LEFT ARROW Try it »
&#8593; &uarr; UP ARROW Try it »
&#8594; &rarr; RIGHT ARROW Try it »
&#8595; &darr; DOWN ARROW Try it »
&#9824; &spades; SPADE Try it »
&#9827; &clubs; CLUB Try it »
&#9829; &hearts; HEART Try it »
&#9830; &diams;  DIAMOND Try it »

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