This page allows you to encode text into alternative formats, such as HTML entities, or URL encoding.
Online character code charts can be found at http://www.unicode.org/charts/ An index to characters names with links to the corresponding chart is found at http://www.unicode.org/charts/charindex.html
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- A collection of characters in which a numeric code is assigned to each character so that it can be represented on a computer. Most traditional character sets contain characters from only one or two scripts. More information on IANA charset assignments
- Abstract Character Repertoire
- American Standard Code for Information Interchange
- Big-endian (most significant byte first)
- Basic Multilingual Plane, the first 65,536 characters of 10646
- Byte Ordered Compression for Unicode
- Coded Character Set
- Code Character Set Identifier
- Character Data Representation Architecture from IBM
- Character Encoding Form
- Character Encoding Scheme
- Character Map
- Code Page
- Double-Byte Character Set
- European Computer Manufacturers Association
- Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code
- Extended Unix Code
- Graphic Character Set Glyphic Identifier
- Internet Assigned Numbers Authority
- International Electrotechnical Commission
- Internet Engineering Taskforce
- International Organization for Standardization
- Japanese Industrial Standard
- Joint Technical Committee 1 (responsible for ISO/IEC IT Standards)
- Little-endian (least significant byte first)
- Multiple-Byte Character Set (1 to n bytes per code point)
- Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
- Reuters Compression Scheme for Unicode (precursor to SCSU)
- Single-Byte Character Set
- Standard Compression Scheme for Unicode
- Transfer Encoding Syntax
- Universal Character Set; Universal Multiple-Octet Coded Character Set - the repertoire and encoding represented by ISO/IEC 10646-1:1993 and its amendments.
- User-defined Character
- Unicode (or UCS) Transformation Format
- The latest version of the Unicode Standard
No formulae apply to this tool.
- Type, or Copy-and-Paste the text to be encoded in the large text box below.
- The text will be encoded when you press the 'Encode' button a little below the input box.
- The encoded text will be displayed below the input area.
- To do further encoding simply enter more text in the input field, all existing encoding will be retained.
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