#Special Characters

" " quotation mark u+0022 ISOnum p:before { content:”\0022″; } alert(“\42”)
& & & ampersand u+0026 ISOnum p:before { content:”\0026″; } alert(“\46”)
&lt; < < less-than sign u+003C ISOnum p:before { content:”\003c”; } alert(“\74”);
&gt; > > greater-than sign u+003E ISOnum p:before { content:”\003e”; } alert(“\76”);

#Latin-1 entity set for HTML

&nbsp;   no-break space %A0 p:before { content:”\00a0″; } alert(“\240”);
&iexcl; ¡ ¡ inverted exclamation mark %A1 p:before { content:”\00a1″; } alert(“\241”);
&cent; ¢ ¢ cent sign %A2 p:before { content:”\00a2″; } alert(“\242”);
&pound; £ £ pound sterling sign %A3 p:before { content:”\00a3″; } alert(“\243”);
&curren; ¤ ¤ general currency sign %A4 p:before { content:”\00a4″; } alert(“\244”);
&yen; ¥ ¥ yen sign %A5 p:before { content:”\00a5″; } alert(“\245”);
&brvbar; ¦ ¦ broken (vertical) bar %A6 p:before { content:”\00a6″; } alert(“\246”);
&sect; § § section sign %A7 p:before { content:”\00a7″; } alert(“\247”);
&uml; ¨ ¨ umlaut (dieresis) %A8 p:before { content:”\00a8″; } alert(“\250”);
&copy; © © copyright sign %A9 p:before { content:”\00a9″; } alert(“\251”);
&ordf; ª ª ordinal indicator, feminine %AA p:before { content:”\00aa”; } alert(“\252”);
&laquo; « « angle quotation mark, left %AB p:before { content:”\00ab”; } alert(“\253”);
&not; ¬ ¬ not sign %AC p:before { content:”\00ac”; } alert(“\254”);
&shy; ­ ­ soft hyphen %AD p:before { content:”\00ad”; } alert(“\255”);
&reg; ® ® registered sign %AE p:before { content:”\00ae”; } alert(“\256”);
&macr; ¯ ¯ macron %AF p:before { content:”\00af”; } alert(“\257”);
&deg; ° ° degree sign %B0 p:before { content:”\00b0″; } alert(“\260”);
&plusmn; ± ± plus-or-minus sign %B1 p:before { content:”\00b1″; } alert(“\261”);
&sup2; ² ² superscript two %B2 p:before { content:”\00b2″; } alert(“\262”);
&sup3; ³ ³ superscript three %B3 p:before { content:”\00b3″; } alert(“\263”);
&acute; ´ ´ acute accent %B4 p:before { content:”\00b4″; } alert(“\264”);
&micro; µ µ micro sign %B5 p:before { content:”\00b5″; } alert(“\265”);
&para; pilcrow (paragraph sign) %B6 p:before { content:”\00b6″; } alert(“\266”);
&middot; · · middle dot %B7 p:before { content:”\00b7″; } alert(“\267”);
&cedil; ¸ ¸ cedilla %B8 p:before { content:”\00b8″; } alert(“\270”);
&sup1; ¹ ¹ superscript one %B9 p:before { content:”\00b9″; } alert(“\271”);
&ordm; º º ordinal indicator, masculine %BA p:before { content:”\00ba”; } alert(“\272”);
&raquo; » » angle quotation mark, right %BB p:before { content:”\00bb”; } alert(“\273”);
&frac14; ¼ ¼ fraction one-quarter %BC p:before { content:”\00bc”; } alert(“\274”);
&frac12; ½ ½ fraction one-half %BD p:before { content:”\00bd”; } alert(“\275”);
&frac34; ¾ ¾ fraction three-quarters %BE p:before { content:”\00be”; } alert(“\276”);
&iquest; ¿ ¿ inverted question mark %BF p:before { content:”\00bf”; } alert(“\277”);
&Agrave; À À capital A, grave accent %C0 p:before { content:”\00c0″; } alert(“\300”);
&Aacute; Á Á capital A, acute accent %C1 p:before { content:”\00c1″; } alert(“\301”);
&Acirc; Â Â capital A, circumflex accent %C2 p:before { content:”\00c2″; } alert(“\302”);
&Atilde; Ã Ã capital A, tilde %C3 p:before { content:”\00c3″; } alert(“\303”);
&Auml; Ä Ä capital A, dieresis or umlaut mark %C4 p:before { content:”\00c4″; } alert(“\304”);
&Aring; Å Å capital A, ring %C5 p:before { content:”\00c5″; } alert(“\305”);
&AElig; Æ Æ capital AE diphthong (ligature) %C6 p:before { content:”\00c6″; } alert(“\306”);
&Ccedil; Ç Ç capital C, cedilla %C7 p:before { content:”\00c7″; } alert(“\307”);
&Egrave; È È capital E, grave accent %C8 p:before { content:”\00c8″; } alert(“\310”);
&Eacute; É É capital E, acute accent %C9 p:before { content:”\00c9″; } alert(“\311”);
&Ecirc; Ê Ê capital E, circumflex accent %CA p:before { content:”\00ca”; } alert(“\312”);
&Euml; Ë Ë capital E, dieresis or umlaut mark %CB p:before { content:”\00cb”; } alert(“\313”);
&Igrave; Ì Ì capital I, grave accent %CC p:before { content:”\00cc”; } alert(“\314”);
&Iacute; Í Í capital I, acute accent %CD p:before { content:”\00cd”; } alert(“\315”);
&Icirc; Î Î capital I, circumflex accent %CE p:before { content:”\00ce”; } alert(“\316”);
&Iuml; Ï Ï capital I, dieresis or umlaut mark %CF p:before { content:”\00cf”; } alert(“\317”);
&ETH; Ð Ð capital Eth, Icelandic %D0 p:before { content:”\00d0″; } alert(“\320”);
&Ntilde; Ñ Ñ capital N, tilde %D1 p:before { content:”\00d1″; } alert(“\321”);
&Ograve; Ò Ò capital O, grave accent %D2 p:before { content:”\00d2″; } alert(“\322”);
&Oacute; Ó Ó capital O, acute accent %D3 p:before { content:”\00d3″; } alert(“\323”);
&Ocirc; Ô Ô capital O, circumflex accent %D4 p:before { content:”\00d4″; } alert(“\324”);
&Otilde; Õ Õ capital O, tilde %D5 p:before { content:”\00d5″; } alert(“\325”);
&Ouml; Ö Ö capital O, dieresis or umlaut mark %D6 p:before { content:”\00d6″; } alert(“\326”);
&times; × × multiply sign %D7 p:before { content:”\00d7″; } alert(“\327”);
&Oslash; Ø Ø capital O, slash %D8 p:before { content:”\00d8″; } alert(“\330”);
&Ugrave; Ù Ù capital U, grave accent %D9 p:before { content:”\00d9″; } alert(“\331”);
&Uacute; Ú Ú capital U, acute accent %DA p:before { content:”\00da”; } alert(“\332”);
&Ucirc; Û Û capital U, circumflex accent %DB p:before { content:”\00db”; } alert(“\333”);
&Uuml; Ü Ü capital U, dieresis or umlaut mark %DC p:before { content:”\00dc”; } alert(“\334”);
&Yacute; Ý Ý capital Y, acute accent %DD p:before { content:”\00dd”; } alert(“\335”);
&THORN; Þ Þ capital THORN, Icelandic %DE p:before { content:”\00de”; } alert(“\336”);
&szlig; ß ß small sharp s, German (sz ligature) %DF p:before { content:”\00df”; } alert(“\337”);
&agrave; à à small a, grave accent %E0 p:before { content:”\00e0″; } alert(“\340”);
&aacute; á á small a, acute accent %E1 p:before { content:”\00e1″; } alert(“\341”);
&acirc; â â small a, circumflex accent %E2 p:before { content:”\00e2″; } alert(“\342”);
&atilde; ã ã small a, tilde %E3 p:before { content:”\00e3″; } alert(“\343”);
&auml; ä ä small a, dieresis or umlaut mark %E4 p:before { content:”\00e4″; } alert(“\344”);
&aring; å å small a, ring %E5 p:before { content:”\00e5″; } alert(“\345”);
&aelig; æ æ small ae diphthong (ligature) %E6 p:before { content:”\00e6″; } alert(“\346”);
&ccedil; ç ç small c, cedilla %E7 p:before { content:”\00e7″; } alert(“\347”);
&egrave; è è small e, grave accent %E8 p:before { content:”\00e8″; } alert(“\350”);
&eacute; é é small e, acute accent %E9 p:before { content:”\00e9″; } alert(“\351”);
&ecirc; ê ê small e, circumflex accent %EA p:before { content:”\00ea”; } alert(“\352”);
&euml; ë ë small e, dieresis or umlaut mark %EB p:before { content:”\00eb”; } alert(“\353”);
&igrave; ì ì small i, grave accent %EC p:before { content:”\00ec”; } alert(“\354”);
&iacute; í í small i, acute accent %ED p:before { content:”\00ed”; } alert(“\355”);
&icirc; î î small i, circumflex accent %EE p:before { content:”\00ee”; } alert(“\356”);
&iuml; ï ï small i, dieresis or umlaut mark %EF p:before { content:”\00ef”; } alert(“\357”);
&eth; ð ð small eth, Icelandic %F0 p:before { content:”\00f0″; } alert(“\360”);
&ntilde; ñ ñ small n, tilde %F1 p:before { content:”\00f1″; } alert(“\361”);
&ograve; ò ò small o, grave accent %F2 p:before { content:”\00f2″; } alert(“\362”);
&oacute; ó ó small o, acute accent %F3 p:before { content:”\00f3″; } alert(“\363”);
&ocirc; ô ô small o, circumflex accent %F4 p:before { content:”\00f4″; } alert(“\364”);
&otilde; õ õ small o, tilde %F5 p:before { content:”\00f5″; } alert(“\365”);
&ouml; ö ö small o, dieresis or umlaut mark %F6 p:before { content:”\00f6″; } alert(“\366”);
&divide; ÷ ÷ divide sign %F7 p:before { content:”\00f7″; } alert(“\367”);
&oslash; ø ø small o, slash %F8 p:before { content:”\00f8″; } alert(“\370”);
&ugrave; ù ù small u, grave accent %F9 p:before { content:”\00f9″; } alert(“\371”);
&uacute; ú ú small u, acute accent %FA p:before { content:”\00fa”; } alert(“\372”);
&ucirc; û û small u, circumflex accent %FB p:before { content:”\00fb”; } alert(“\373”);
&uuml; ü ü small u, dieresis or umlaut mark %FC p:before { content:”\00fc”; } alert(“\374”);
&yacute; ý ý small y, acute accent %FD p:before { content:”\00fd”; } alert(“\375”);
&thorn; þ þ small thorn, Icelandic %FE p:before { content:”\00fe”; } alert(“\376”);
&yuml; ÿ ÿ small y, dieresis or umlaut mark %FF p:before { content:”\00ff”; } alert(“\377”);

#Latin Extended-A

&OElig; Œ Œ latin capital ligature oe u+0152 ISOlat2 p:before { content:”\0152″; } alert(“\u0152”);
&oelig; œ œ latin small ligature oe
(ligature is a misnomer, this is a separate character in some languages)
u+0153 ISOlat2 p:before { content:”\0153″; } alert(“\u0153”);
&Scaron; Š Š latin capital letter s with caron u+0160 ISOlat2 p:before { content:”\0160″; } alert(“\u0160”);
&scaron; š š latin small letter s with caron u+0161 ISOlat2 p:before { content:”\0161″; } alert(“\u0161”);
&Yuml; Ÿ Ÿ latin capital letter y with diaeresis u+0178 ISOlat2 p:before { content:”\0178″; } alert(“\u0178”);

#Latin Extended-B

&fnof; ƒ ƒ latin small f with hook, a.k.a. function, a.k.a. florin u+0192 ISOtech p:before { content:”\0192″; } alert(“\u0192”);

#Spacing Modifier Letters

&circ; ˆ modifier letter circumflex accent u+02C6 ISOpub p:before { content:”\02c6″; } alert(“\u02c6”);
&tilde; ˜ small tilde u+02DC ISOdia p:before { content:”\02dc”; } alert(“\u02dc”);


&Alpha; Α Α greek capital letter alpha u+0391 p:before { content:”\0391″; } alert(“\u0391”);
&Beta; Β Β greek capital letter beta u+0392 p:before { content:”\0392″; } alert(“\u0392”);
&Gamma; Γ Γ greek capital letter gamma u+0393 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\0393″; } alert(“\u0395”);
&Delta; Δ Δ greek capital letter delta u+0394 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\0394″; } alert(“\u0394”);
&Epsilon; Ε Ε greek capital letter epsilon u+0395 p:before { content:”\0395″; } alert(“\u0395”);
&Zeta; Ζ Ζ greek capital letter zeta u+0396 p:before { content:”\0396″; } alert(“\u0396”);
&Eta ; Η Η greek capital letter eta u+0397 p:before { content:”\0397″; } alert(“\u0397”);
&Theta; Θ Θ greek capital letter theta u+0398 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\0398″; } alert(“\u0398”);
&Iota; Ι Ι greek capital letter iota u+0399 p:before { content:”\0399″; } alert(“\u0399”);
&Kappa; Κ Κ greek capital letter kappa u+039A p:before { content:”\039a”; } alert(“\u039a”);
&Lambda; Λ Λ greek capital letter lambda u+039B ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\039b”; } alert(“\u039b”);
&Mu ; Μ Μ greek capital letter mu u+039C p:before { content:”\039c”; } alert(“\u039c”);
&Nu ; Ν Ν greek capital letter nu u+039D p:before { content:”\039d”; } alert(“\u039D”);
&Xi ; Ξ Ξ greek capital letter xi u+039E ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\039e”; } alert(“\u039e”);
&Omicron; Ο Ο greek capital letter omicron u+039F p:before { content:”\039f”; } alert(“\u039f”);
&Pi ; Π Π greek capital letter pi u+03A0 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03a0″; } alert(“\u03a0”);
&Rho ; Ρ Ρ greek capital letter rho u+03A1 p:before { content:”\03a1″; } alert(“\u03a1”);
there is no Sigmaf, and no u+03A2 character either)
&Sigma; Σ Σ greek capital letter sigma u+03A3 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03a3″; } alert(“\u03A3”);
&Tau ; Τ Τ greek capital letter tau u+03A4 p:before { content:”\03a4″; } alert(“\u03A4”);
&Upsilon; Υ Υ greek capital letter upsilon u+03A5 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03a5″; } alert(“\u03A5”);
&Phi ; Φ Φ greek capital letter phi u+03A6 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03a6″; } alert(“\u03A6”);
&Chi ; Χ Χ greek capital letter chi u+03A7 p:before { content:”\03a7″; } alert(“\u03A7”);
&Psi ; Ψ Ψ greek capital letter psi u+03A8 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03a8″; } alert(“\u03A8”);
&Omega; Ω Ω greek capital letter omega u+03A9 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03a9″; } alert(“\u03A9”);
&alpha; α α greek small letter alpha u+03B1 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03b1″; } alert(“\u03b1”);
&beta; β β greek small letter beta u+03B2 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03b2″; } alert(“\u03b2”);
&gamma; γ γ greek small letter gamma u+03B3 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03b3″; } alert(“\u03b3”);
&delta; δ δ greek small letter delta u+03B4 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03b4″; } alert(“\u03b4”);
&epsilon; ε ε greek small letter epsilon u+03B5 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03b5″; } alert(“\u03b5”);
&zeta; ζ ζ greek small letter zeta u+03B6 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03b6″; } alert(“\u03b6”);
&eta ; η η greek small letter eta u+03B7 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03b7″; } alert(“\u03b7”);
&theta; θ θ greek small letter theta u+03B8 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03b8″; } alert(“\u03b8”);
&iota; ι ι greek small letter iota u+03B9 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03b9″; } alert(“\u03b9”);
&kappa; κ κ greek small letter kappa u+03BA ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03ba”; } alert(“\u03ba”);
&lambda; λ λ greek small letter lambda u+03BB ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03bb”; } alert(“\u03bb”);
&mu ; μ μ greek small letter mu u+03BC ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03bc”; } alert(“\u03bc”);
&nu ; ν ν greek small letter nu u+03BD ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03bd”; } alert(“\u03bd”);
&xi ; ξ ξ greek small letter xi u+03BE ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03be”; } alert(“\u03be”);
&omicron; ο ο greek small letter omicron u+03BF NEW p:before { content:”\03bf”; } alert(“\u03bf”);
&pi ; π π greek small letter pi u+03C0 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03c0″; } alert(“\u03c0”);
&rho ; ρ ρ greek small letter rho u+03C1 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03c1″; } alert(“\u03c1”);
&sigmaf; ς ς greek small letter final sigma u+03C2 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03C2″; } alert(“\u03c2”);
&sigma; σ σ greek small letter sigma u+03C3 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03C3″; } alert(“\u03c3”);
&tau ; τ τ greek small letter tau u+03C4 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03C4″; } alert(“\u03c4”);
&upsilon; υ υ greek small letter upsilon u+03C5 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03C5″; } alert(“\u03c5”);
&phi ; φ φ greek small letter phi u+03C6 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03C6″; } alert(“\03c6”);
&chi ; χ χ greek small letter chi u+03C7 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03C7″; } alert(“\u03c7”);
&psi ; ψ ψ greek small letter psi u+03C8 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03C8″; } alert(“\u03c8”);
&omega; ω ω greek small letter omega u+03C9 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03C9″; } alert(“\u03c9”);
&thetasym; ϑ ϑ greek small letter theta symbol u+03D1 NEW p:before { content:”\03D1″; } alert(“\u03D1”);
&upsih; ϒ ϒ greek upsilon with hook symbol u+03D2 NEW p:before { content:”\03D2″; } alert(“\u03D2”);
&piv ; ϖ ϖ greek pi symbol u+03D6 ISOgrk3 p:before { content:”\03D6″; } alert(“\u03D6”);


&ensp; en space u+2002 ISOpub p:before { content:”\2002″;} alert(“\u2002”);
&emsp; em space u+2003 ISOpub p:before { content:”\2003″;} alert(“\u2003”);
&thinsp; thin space u+2009 ISOpub p:before { content:”\2009″;} alert(“\u2009”);
&zwnj; zero width non-joiner u+200C NEW RFC 2070 p:before { content:”\200C”;} alert(“\u200C”);
&zwj; zero width joiner u+200D NEW RFC 2070 p:before { content:”\200D”;} alert(“\u200d”);
&lrm; left-to-right mark u+200E NEW RFC 2070 p:before { content:”\200E”;} alert(“\u200e”);
&rlm; right-to-left mark u+200F NEW RFC 2070 p:before { content:”\200F”;} alert(“\u200f”);
&ndash; en dash u+2013 ISOpub p:before { content:”\2013″;} alert(“\u2013”);
&mdash; em dash u+2014 ISOpub p:before { content:”\2014″;} alert(“\u2014”);
&lsquo; left single quotation mark u+2018 ISOnum p:before { content:”\2018″;} alert(“\u2018”);
&rsquo; right single quotation mark u+2019 ISOnum p:before { content:”\2019″;} alert(“\u2019”);
&sbquo; single low-9 quotation mark u+201A NEW p:before { content:”\201A”;} alert(“\u201a”);
&ldquo; left double quotation mark u+201C ISOnum p:before { content:”\201C”;} alert(“\u201c”);
&rdquo; right double quotation mark u+201D ISOnum p:before { content:”\201D”;} alert(“\u201d”);
&bdquo; double low-9 quotation mark u+201E NEW p:before { content:”\201E”;} alert(“\u201e”);
&dagger; dagger u+2020 ISOpub p:before { content:”\2020″;} alert(“\u2020”);
&Dagger; double dagger u+2021 ISOpub p:before { content:”\2021″;} alert(“\u2021”);
&permil; per mille sign u+2030 ISOtech p:before { content:”\2030″;} alert(“\u2030”);
&lsaquo; single left-pointing angle quotation mark
(lsaquo is proposed but not yet ISO standardised)
u+2039 ISO proposed p:before { content:”\2039″;} alert(“\u2039”);
&rsaquo; single right-pointing angle quotation mark
rsaquo is proposed but not yet ISO standardised
u+203A ISO proposed p:before { content:”\203A”;} alert(“\u203a”);

#General Punctuation

&bull; bullet, a.k.a. black small circle
bullet is NOT the same as bullet operator — u+2219
u+2022 ISOpub alert(“\u2219”);
&hellip; horizontal ellipsis, a.k.a. three dot leader u+2026 ISOpub alert(“\u2026”);
&prime; prime, a.k.a. minutes, a.k.a. feet u+2032 ISOtech alert(“\u2032”);
&Prime; double prime, a.k.a. seconds, a.k.a. inches u+2033 ISOtech alert(“\u2033”);
&oline; overline, a.k.a. spacing overscore u+203E NEW alert(“\u203e”);
&frasl; fraction slash u+2044 NEW alert(“\u8260”);

#Letterlike Symbols

&weierp; script capital P, a.k.a. power set, a.k.a. Weierstrass p u+2118 ISOamso alert(“\u2118”);
&image; blackletter capital I, a.k.a. imaginary part u+2111 ISOamso alert(“\u2111”);
&real; blackletter capital R, a.k.a. real part symbol u+211C ISOamso alert(“\u211c”);
&trade; trade mark sign u+2122 ISOnum alert(“\u2122”);
&alefsym; alef symbol, a.k.a. first transfinite cardinal
alef symbol is NOT the same as hebrew letter alef — u+05D0 although the same glyph
could be used to depict both characters
u+2135 NEW alert(“\u”);


&larr; leftwards arrow u+2190 ISOnum alert(“\u2190”);
&uarr; upwards arrow u+2191 ISOnum alert(“\u2191”);
&rarr; rightwards arrow u+2192 ISOnum alert(“\u2192”);
&darr; downwards arrow u+2193 ISOnum alert(“\u2193”);
&harr; left right arrow u+2194 ISOamsa alert(“\u2194”);
&crarr; downwards arrow with corner leftwards, a.k.a. carriage return u+21B5 NEW alert(“\u21b5”);
&lArr; leftwards double arrow
can be used for ‘is implied by’
u+21D0 ISOtech alert(“\u21d0”);
&uArr; upwards double arrow u+21D1 ISOamsa alert(“\u21d1”);
&rArr; rightwards double arrow u+21D2 ISOtech alert(“\u21d2”);
&dArr; downwards double arrow u+21D3 ISOamsa alert(“\ud1d3”);
&hArr; left right double arrow u+21D4 ISOamsa alert(“\u21d4”);

#Mathematical Operators

&forall; for all u+2200 ISOtech alert(“\u2200”);
&part; partial differential u+2202 ISOtech alert(“\u2202”);
&exist; there exists u+2203 ISOtech alert(“\u2203”);
&empty; empty set, a.k.a. null set, a.k.a. diameter u+2205 ISOamso alert(“\u2205”);
&nabla; nabla, a.k.a. backward difference u+2207 ISOtech alert(“\u2207”);
&isin; element of u+2208 ISOtech alert(“\u2208”);
&notin; not an element of u+2209 ISOtech alert(“\u2209”);
&ni ; contains as member u+220B ISOtech alert(“\u220b”);
&prod; n-ary product, a.k.a. product sign
prod is NOT the same character as u+03A0 ‘greek capital letter pi’ though the same
glyph might be used for both
u+220F ISOamsb alert(“\u03a0”);
&sum ; n-ary sumation
sum is NOT the same character as u+03A3 ‘greek capital letter sigma’ though the same
glyph might be used for both
u+2211 ISOamsb alert(“\u03a3”);
&minus; minus sign u+2212 ISOtech alert(“\u2212”);
&lowast; asterisk operator u+2217 ISOtech alert(“\u2217”);
&radic; square root, a.k.a. radical sign u+221A ISOtech alert(“\u221a”);
&prop; proportional to u+221D ISOtech alert(“\u221d”);
&infin; infinity u+221E ISOtech alert(“\u221e”);
&ang ; angle u+2220 ISOamso alert(“\u2220”);
&and ; logical and, a.k.a. wedge u+2227 ISOtech alert(“\u2227”);
&or ; logical or, a.k.a. vee u+2228 ISOtech alert(“\u2228”);
&cap ; intersection, a.k.a. cap u+2229 ISOtech alert(“\u2229”);
&cup ; union, a.k.a. cup u+222A ISOtech alert(“\u222a”);
&int ; integral u+222B ISOtech alert(“\u222b”);
&there4; therefore u+2234 ISOtech alert(“\u2234”);
&sim ; tilde operator, a.k.a. varies with,
similar to tilde operator, but is NOT the same character as the tilde u+007E,
although the same glyph might be used to represent both
u+223C ISOtech alert(“\u223c”);
&cong; approximately equal to u+2245 ISOtech alert(“\u2245”);
&asymp; almost equal to, a.k.a. asymptotic to u+2248 ISOamsr alert(“\u2248”);
&ne ; not equal to u+2260 ISOtech alert(“\u2260”);
&equiv; identical to u+2261 ISOtech alert(“\u2261”);
&le ; less-than or equal to u+2264 ISOtech alert(“\u2264”);
&ge ; greater-than or equal to u+2265 ISOtech alert(“\u2265”);
&sub ; subset of u+2282 ISOtech alert(“\u2282”);
&sup ; superset of
note that nsup, ‘not a superset of u+2283′ is not covered by the Symbol font
encoding and is not included.
u+2283 ISOtech alert(“\u2283”);
&nsub; not a subset of u+2284 ISOamsn alert(“\u2284”);
&sube; subset of or equal to u+2286 ISOtech alert(“\u2286”);
&supe; superset of or equal to u+2287 ISOtech alert(“\u2287”);
&oplus; circled plus, a.k.a. direct sum u+2295 ISOamsb alert(“\u2295”);
&otimes; circled times, a.k.a. vector product u+2297 ISOamsb alert(“\u2297”);
&perp; up tack, a.k.a. orthogonal to, a.k.a. perpendicular u+22A5 ISOtech alert(“\u22a5”);
&sdot; dot operator
dot operator is NOT the same character as u+00B7 middle dot
u+22C5 ISOamsb alert(“\u22c5”);

#Miscellaneous Technical

&lceil; left ceiling, a.k.a. apl upstile u+2308, ISOamsc alert(“\u2308”);
&rceil; right ceiling u+2309, ISOamsc alert(“\u2309”);
&lfloor; left floor, a.k.a. apl downstile u+230A, ISOamsc alert(“\u230a”);
&rfloor; right floor u+230B, ISOamsc alert(“\u230b”);
&lang; left-pointing angle bracket, a.k.a. bra
lang is NOT the same character as u+003C ‘less than’
or u+2039 ’single left-pointing angle quotation mark’
u+2329 ISOtech alert(“\u2329”);
&rang; right-pointing angle bracket, a.k.a. ket
rang is NOT the same character as u+003E ‘greater than’
or u+203A ’single right-pointing angle quotation mark’
u+232A ISOtech alert(“\u232a”);

#Geometric Shapes

&loz ; lozenge u+25CA ISOpub alert(“\u25ca”);

#Miscellaneous Symbols

&spades; black spade suit u+2660 ISOpub alert(“\u2660”);
&clubs; black club suit, a.k.a. shamrock u+2663 ISOpub alert(“\u2663”);
&hearts; black heart suit, a.k.a. valentine u+2665 ISOpub alert(“\u2665”);
&diams; black diamond suit u+2666 ISOpub alert(“\u2666”);
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