International Character Sets

Mathematica supports full Unicode throughout—in strings, symbols, graphics, and external operations—allowing immediate streamlined use of all standard international character sets, integrated with native text entry.

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Extended Latin Characters

à ▪ á ▪ â ▪ ã ▪  ▪ ä ▪  ▪ å ▪ æ ▪  ▪  ▪ ç ▪ è ▪ é ▪ ê ▪  ▪ ë ▪  ▪ ì ▪ í ▪ î ▪  ▪ ï ▪  ▪  ▪ ñ ▪ ò ▪ ó ▪ ô ▪ õ ▪ ö ▪  ▪ ø ▪  ▪ ù ▪ ú ▪ û ▪ ü ▪  ▪  ▪ ÿ ▪

À ▪ Á ▪  ▪ à▪  ▪ Ä ▪  ▪  ▪ Æ ▪  ▪  ▪ Ç ▪ È ▪ É ▪ Ê ▪  ▪ Ë ▪  ▪ Ì ▪ Í ▪ Π▪  ▪ Ï ▪  ▪ Ł ▪ Ñ ▪ Ò ▪ Ó ▪ Ô ▪ Õ ▪ Ö ▪  ▪ Ø ▪  ▪ Ù ▪ Ú ▪ Û ▪ Ü ▪  ▪  ▪  ▪ ß

é (Esce'Esc) ▪ è (Esce`Esc) ▪ ë (Esce"Esc) ▪ ê (Esce^Esc) ▪ (EsceuEsc) ▪

\[EAcute] ▪ \[EGrave] ▪ \[EDoubleDot] ▪ \[EHat] ▪ \[ECup] ▪

ø (Esco/Esc) ▪ æ (EscaeEsc) ▪ É (EscE'Esc) ▪ ß (EscszEsc) ▪ (EscthnEsc) ▪

\[OSlash] ▪ \[AE] ▪ \[CapitalEAcute] ▪ \[SZ] ▪ \[Thorn] ▪

Entering All Characters

\[Name] or EscnnnEsc named character

\nn, \:nnnn enter octal or Unicode forms

FullForm show characters with full names

Importing & Exporting Characters

CharacterEncoding option for specific functions

$CharacterEncoding resettable global Mathematica default

$SystemCharacterEncoding operating system default

$CharacterEncodings list of installed character encodings

"ISOLatin1"  ▪  "IsoLatin2"  ▪  "UTF8"  ▪  "ShiftJIS"  ▪  "PrintableASCII" ▪

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