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Linux Shell Scripting with Bash by Ken O. Burtch

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Appendix F. ASCII Table

The following is a list of ASCII codes, their official name, the console keys for those codes, and any special HTML or printf characters used to represent them.

Decimal

Octal

Hexadecimal

Name

Keyboard

HTML/printf Equivalent

0

0

0

NUL

Control-@

-

1

1

1

SOH

Control-A

-

2

2

2

STX

Control-B

-

3

3

3

ETX

Control-C

-

4

4

4

EOT

Control-D

-

5

5

5

ENQ

Control-E

-

6

6

6

ACK

Control-F

-

7

7

7

BEL

Control-G

-

8

10

8

BS

Control-H

\b

9

11

9

TAB

Control-I

\t

10

12

A

LF

Control-J

\n

11

13

B

VT

Control-K

\v

12

14

C

FF

Control-L

\f

13

15

D

CR

Control-K

\r

14

16

E

SO

Control-L

-

15

17

F

SI

Control-M

-

16

20

10

DLE

Control-N

-

17

21

11

DC1

Control-O

-

18

22

12

DC2

Control-P

-

19

23

13

DC3

Control-Q

-

20

24

14

DC4

Control-R

-

21

25

15

NAK

Control-S

-

22

26

16

SYN

Control-T

-

23

27

17

ETB

Control-U

-

24

30

18

CAN

Control-V

-

25

31

19

EM

Control-W

-

26

32

1A

SUB

Control-X

-

27

33

1B

EASC

Control-Y

-

28

34

1C

FS

Control-Z ...

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