Latin-1 Supplement

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The Latin-1 Supplement (also called C1 Controls and Latin-1 Supplement) is the second Unicode block in the Unicode standard. It encodes the upper range of ISO 8859-1: 80 (U+0080) - FF (U+00FF). C1 Controls (0080ā€“009F) are not graphic. This block ranges from U+0080 to U+00FF, contains 128 characters and includes the C1 controls, Latin-1 punctuation and symbols, 30 pairs of majuscule and minuscule accented Latin characters and 2 mathematical operators.

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Latin-1 Supplement
or
C1 Controls and Latin-1 Supplement
RangeU+0080..U+00FF
(128 code points)
PlaneBMP
ScriptsLatin (64 char.)
Common (64 char.)
Major alphabetsFrench
German
Icelandic
Portuguese
Spanish
Symbol setsPunctuation
Mathematics
Currency
Assigned128 code points
33 Control or Format
Unused0 reserved code points
Source standardsISO/IEC 8859-1
Unicode version history
1.0.0 (1991)128 (+128)
Chart
Code chart
Note: [1][2]
Close ā–²

The C1 controls and Latin-1 Supplement block has been included in its present form, with the same character repertoire since version 1.0 of the Unicode Standard.[3] Its block name in Unicode 1.0 was simply Latin1.[4]