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All characters in the ISO Latin-1 character set have a numeric representation ranging from 0 to 255. To properly represent these characters in HTML use the following escape sequence. Start with an ampersand, &, immediately followed by a number sign, #, then a number from 0 to 255, and end with a semicolon. For example, small c with a cedilla can be written as ç or as ç. Note that the numeric representation has a # after the &.
Be sure to end the sequence with a semicolon, because if you do not you will not get the desired result. An small c with a cedilla written in HTML without the semicolon will look like this ç. An small c with a cedilla properly written in HTML with the semicolon at the end will look like this ç
A table of the ISO Latin-1 Character Set is provided here. You may choose to study the table of the ISO Latin-1 Character Set, or go straight to the exercise.