ASCII and ISO 8859-1 character set quick overview as created with the sfk ascii command from the swiss file knife tool.

Character set: ASCII from 0 to 126, codes above are system specific,
but most of them should display as ISO 8859-1 characters.
Unprintable characters were replaced by a dot ".".
The code of the actual dot "." is decimal 46, hexadecimal 0x2E.



To create such a table on the command line just download 
the swiss file knife, and run the command:

sfk ascii

Under windows, this will display DOS specific characters 128 to 255
directly in the command line window.

To see windows specific characters instead, redirect the output
into a file:

sfk ascii >tmp.txt

then load this file in a windows text editor, e.g. notepad.

SFK is a free open source command line tool that runs instantly without installation. Get sfk.exe from the zip package and use it (binaries for Windows, Linux and Mac OS/X are included).
 
Read about all SFK functions, including a 60 page tutorial with detailed example scripts, in the 5 Dollar Mobile PDF optimized for your Smartphone!