Looking for the HEX Code for apostrophe (')
Thread poster: Claudia Alvis

Claudia Alvis  Identity Verified
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Dec 6, 2005

Hello,

I've tried google and I see several codes %20(space), %40 (@), etc. but I can't find the apostrophe.

Anybody?

[Edited at 2005-12-06 20:48]


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Endre Both  Identity Verified
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39 Dec 6, 2005

The ASCII code of "'" (not curled in any direction) is 39.

BTW, here's a list of ANSI characters, the first 127 correspond to the ASCII table.
http://www.getnet.com/~dloucks/develop/wwwhtml/ansichar.htm

Endre

[Edited at 2005-12-06 20:40]


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Claudia Alvis  Identity Verified
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My mistake Dec 6, 2005

Thanks Endre. I actually meant HEX codes. Sorry

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Lars Jelking  Identity Verified
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Character map Dec 6, 2005

If you are running under Windows OS try the charactermap. Find the charachter and click on it. The hex-code is displayed in the bottom left corner.

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Harry Bornemann  Identity Verified
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27 Dec 7, 2005

Caliaa wrote:
Thanks Endre. I actually meant HEX codes. Sorry

If you enter 39 into the Windows Calculater (in scientific mode) and switch to Hex, it gives you 27.

You can verify it in the other way: enter 40 as Hex, which gives you 64 as Dez, and when you enter Alt+64 in an editor you get your @.

[Edited at 2005-12-07 08:50]


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Last Hermit
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Short cut Dec 7, 2005

In Word, type the apostrophe "'" and move the cursor to the back of it, then press "Alt+X": 0027

Alternatively, type the apostrophe "'", highlight it and click Insert-Character (symbol? I am not sure 'cause I am running on Chinese Word). A window pops up to show you the HEX/decimal code.

Hope this helps.

Caliaa wrote:

Hello,

I've tried google and I see several codes %20(space), %40 (@), etc. but I can't find the apostrophe.

Anybody?

[Edited at 2005-12-06 20:48]


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