ASCII Chart

ASCII stands for American Standard Code for Information Interchange
There are 256 different types of characters available in computers. Each character has their unique ASCII value.

The value range from 0 to 255. Out of the 256, first 128 are often called ASCII characters and the next 128 as Extended ASCII characters.
Most computers typically reserve 1 byte (8 bits) to represent a character in ASCII.

Following is a program to find ASCII value for each character.

Types of character Number of character
Capital letters 26
Small-case letters 26
Numbers 10
Special symbols 32
Control characters 34
Graphics characters 128

ASCII value of Capital letters

Value Character
A 65
B 66
C 67
D 68
E 69
F 70
G 71
H 72
I 73
J 74
K 75
L 76
M 77
N 78
O 79
P 80
Q 81
R 82
S 83
T 84
U 85
V 86
W 87
X 88
Y 89
Z 90

ASCII value of small-case letters

Value Character
a 97
b 98
c 99
d 100
e 101
f 102
g 103
h 104
i 105
j 106
k 107
l 108
m 109
n 110
o 111
p 112
q 113
r 114
s 115
t 116
u 117
v 118
w 119
x 120
y 121
z 122

ASCII value of Digits

Value Character
48 0
49 1
50 2
51 3
52 4
53 5
54 6
55 7
56 8
57 9

ASCII value of Symbols

Value Character
0 null
32 (space)
33 !
34
35 #
36 $
37 %
38 &
39
40 (
41 )
42 *
43 +
44
45
46 .
47 /
58 :
59 ;
60 <
61 =
62 >
63 ?
64 @
91 [
92 \
93 ]
94 ^
95 _
96 `
123 {
124 |
125 }
126 ~

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