Coding Information - EBCDIC character codes

Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code. One of the codes used in IBM equipment and protocols (see bi-sync).

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
0 NUL DLE DS SP & - { } \ 0
1 SOH DC1 SOS a j ~ A J 1
2 STX DC2 FS SYN b k s B K S 2
3 ETX DC3 c l t C L T 3
4 PF RES BYP PN d m u D M U 4
5 HT NL LF RS e n v E N V 5
6 LC BS EOB /ETB UC f o w F O W 6
7 DEL IL /ESC PRE EOT g p x G P X 7
8 CAN h q y H Q Y 8
9 RLF EM \ i r z I R Z 9
A SM1 CC SM c ! :
B VT . $ , #
C FF IFS < * % @
D CR IGS ENQ NAK ( ) - '
E SO IRS ACK + ; > =
F SI IUS BEL SUB - ? "

Below is a calculator to generate an EBCDIC character from two hex digits. Put the first hex digit in the top box, the second hex digit in the next box, then press 'hex to EBCDIC' button.

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