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HTML Escape Characters
Every time we need one of the "HTML Escape Characters", like the copyright character (©) or others, we have to go searching for it. We finally decided to put together a table of many of these escape characters. The table below has the HTML code, then a quick description of the html code (what the symbol should look like) then the character representation.

&#060;less than sign<&#062;greater than sign>
&#064;at sign@&#091;left bracket[
&#093;right bracket]&#096;back apostrophe`
&#123;left curly brace{&#124vertical bar|
&#125;right curly brace}&#126;tilde~
&#133;ellipsis&#134dagger
&#135;double dagger&#145;left single quote
&#146;right single quote&#147;left double quote
&#148;right double quote&#149;bullet
&#150;short dash&#151;longer dash
&#153;trademark&#161;inverted excallamation point¡
&#162;cent sign¢&#163;pound sign£
&#165;yen sign¥&#166;broken vertical bar¦
&#169;copyright sign©&#171;double left than sign«
&#172;logical not sign¬&#174;registered trademark sign®
&#176;degree sign°&#177;plus or minus sign±
&#178;superscript 2²&#179;superscript 3³
&#185;superscript 1¹&#187;double greather than sign»
&#188;fraction 1/4¼&#189;fraction 1/2½
&#190;fraction 3/4¾&#191;inverted question mark¿
&#247;division sign÷&#8220;left double quote
&#8221;right double quote&#8212;dash
Note that numbers 192 (&#192; = À) through 223 (&#223; = ß) are upper case latin letters, and 224 (&#224; = à) through 255 (&#255; = ÿ) are lower case latin letters. If you are writing HTML in foreign languages, you may be interested in those characters.