List of ASCII letterals

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This page is a list of all ASCII characters and their Lojbanic bu'ivla (bu-letterals). For the special keys on keyboards, see Special keyboard key names.

ASCII printable code chart

Binary Oct Dec Hex Glyph Lojban
010 0000 040 32 20 (space) canlu bu
010 0001 041 33 21  ! sai bu
010 0010 042 34 22 " sitna bu
010 0011 043 35 23 # li bu
010 0100 044 36 24 $ rupnusudu bu
010 0101 045 37 25  % ce'i bu
010 0110 046 38 26 & je bu
010 0111 047 39 27 ' y'y
010 1000 050 40 28 ( to bu
010 1001 051 41 29 ) toi bu
010 1010 052 42 2A * pi'i bu
010 1011 053 43 2B + su'i bu
010 1100 054 44 2C , slaka bu
010 1101 055 45 2D - vu'u bu
010 1110 056 46 2E . denpa bu
010 1111 057 47 2F / fe'i bu
011 0000 060 48 30 0 no bu
011 0001 061 49 31 1 pa bu
011 0010 062 50 32 2 re bu
011 0011 063 51 33 3 ci bu
011 0100 064 52 34 4 vo bu
011 0101 065 53 35 5 mu bu
011 0110 066 54 36 6 xa bu
011 0111 067 55 37 7 ze bu
011 1000 070 56 38 8 bi bu
011 1001 071 57 39 9 so bu
011 1010 072 58 3A  : zo'u bu
011 1011 073 59 3B  ; vau bu
011 1100 074 60 3C < me'i bu
011 1101 075 61 3D = du bu
011 1110 076 62 3E > za'u bu
011 1111 077 63 3F  ? pau bu
Binary Oct Dec Hex Glyph Lojban
100 0000 100 64 40 @ bu'u bu
100 0001 101 65 41 A tau a bu
100 0010 102 66 42 B tau by
100 0011 103 67 43 C tau cy
100 0100 104 68 44 D tau dy
100 0101 105 69 45 E tau e bu
100 0110 106 70 46 F tau fy
100 0111 107 71 47 G tau gy
100 1000 110 72 48 H tau y'y bu
100 1001 111 73 49 I tau i bu
100 1010 112 74 4A J tau jy
100 1011 113 75 4B K tau ky
100 1100 114 76 4C L tau ly
100 1101 115 77 4D M tau my
100 1110 116 78 4E N tau ny
100 1111 117 79 4F O tau o bu
101 0000 120 80 50 P tau py
101 0001 121 81 51 Q tau ky bu
101 0010 122 82 52 R tau ry
101 0011 123 83 53 S tau sy
101 0100 124 84 54 T tau ty
101 0101 125 85 55 U tau u bu
101 0110 126 86 56 V tau vy
101 0111 127 87 57 W tau vy bu
101 1000 130 88 58 X tau xy
101 1001 131 89 59 Y tau y bu
101 1010 132 90 5A Z tau zy
101 1011 133 91 5B [ vei bu
101 1100 134 92 5C \ lu'e bu
101 1101 135 93 5D ] ve'o bu
101 1110 136 94 5E ^ te'a bu
101 1111 137 95 5F _ dizlo bu
Binary Oct Dec Hex Glyph Lojban
110 0000 140 96 60 ` zukte bu
110 0001 141 97 61 a a bu
110 0010 142 98 62 b by
110 0011 143 99 63 c cy
110 0100 144 100 64 d dy
110 0101 145 101 65 e e bu
110 0110 146 102 66 f fy
110 0111 147 103 67 g gy
110 1000 150 104 68 h y'y bu
110 1001 151 105 69 i i bu
110 1010 152 106 6A j jy
110 1011 153 107 6B k ky
110 1100 154 108 6C l ly
110 1101 155 109 6D m my
110 1110 156 110 6E n ny
110 1111 157 111 6F o o bu
111 0000 160 112 70 p py
111 0001 161 113 71 q ky bu
111 0010 162 114 72 r ry
111 0011 163 115 73 s sy
111 0100 164 116 74 t ty
111 0101 165 117 75 u u bu
111 0110 166 118 76 v vy
111 0111 167 119 77 w vy bu
111 1000 170 120 78 x xy
111 1001 171 121 79 y y bu
111 1010 172 122 7A z zy
111 1011 173 123 7B { lu'i bu
111 1100 174 124 7C | sraji bu
111 1101 175 125 7D } lu'u bu
111 1110 176 126 7E ~ ji'i bu

ASCII control code chart

Binary Octal Decimal Hexadecimal Abbreviation Print form[lower-alpha 1] Caret notation[lower-alpha 2] Escape code[lower-alpha 3] Name Lojban
000 0000 000 0 00 NUL ^@ \0 Null character kunti bu
000 0001 001 1 01 SOH ^A Start of Header
000 0010 002 2 02 STX ^B Start of Text
000 0011 003 3 03 ETX ^C End of Text fa'o bu
000 0100 004 4 04 EOT ^D End of Transmission mu'o bu
000 0101 005 5 05 ENQ ^E Enquiry
000 0110 006 6 06 ACK ^F Acknowledgment je'e bu
000 0111 007 7 07 BEL ^G \a Bell
000 1000 010 8 08 BS ^H \b Backspace[lower-alpha 4][lower-alpha 5] fa'e bu
000 1001 011 9 09 HT ^I \t Horizontal Tab[lower-alpha 6] sepli bu
000 1010 012 10 0A LF ^J \n Line feed linji bu
000 1011 013 11 0B VT ^K \v Vertical Tab
000 1100 014 12 0C FF ^L \f Form feed
000 1101 015 13 0D CR ^M \r Carriage return[lower-alpha 7] ni'o bu
000 1110 016 14 0E SO ^N Shift Out
000 1111 017 15 0F SI ^O Shift In
001 0000 020 16 10 DLE ^P Data Link Escape
001 0001 021 17 11 DC1 ^Q Device Control 1 (oft. XON)
001 0010 022 18 12 DC2 ^R Device Control 2
001 0011 023 19 13 DC3 ^S Device Control 3 (oft. XOFF)
001 0100 024 20 14 DC4 ^T Device Control 4
001 0101 025 21 15 NAK ^U Negative Acknowledgment
001 0110 026 22 16 SYN ^V Synchronous idle
001 0111 027 23 17 ETB ^W End of Transmission Block
001 1000 030 24 18 CAN ^X Cancel
001 1001 031 25 19 EM ^Y End of Medium
001 1010 032 26 1A SUB ^Z Substitute
001 1011 033 27 1B ESC ^[ \e[lower-alpha 8] Escape[lower-alpha 9]
001 1100 034 28 1C FS ^\ File Separator
001 1101 035 29 1D GS ^] Group Separator
001 1110 036 30 1E RS ^^[lower-alpha 10] Record Separator
001 1111 037 31 1F US ^_ Unit Separator
111 1111 177 127 7F DEL ^? Delete[lower-alpha 11][lower-alpha 5] vimcu bu

Other letters (not ASCII)

Name Lojban
ronru'u bu
¤ rupnu bu

Example sentences

  • lu to bu li'u bu'ivla zoi ly.(.ly.
    • “to bu” is the (Lojbanic) bu-letteral of “(”.

References

  1. The Unicode characters from the area U+2400 to U+2421 reserved for representing control characters when it is necessary to print or display them rather than have them perform their intended func. Some browsers may not display these properly.
  2. Caret notation is often used to represent control characters on a terminal. On most text terminals, holding down the Ctrl key while typing the second character will type the control character. Sometimes the shift key is not needed, for instance ^@ may be typable with just Ctrl and 2.
  3. Character escape codes in C programming language and many other languages influenced by it, such as Java and Perl (though not all implementations necessarily support all escape codes).
  4. The Backspace character can also be entered by pressing the ← Backspace key on some systems.
  5. 5.0 5.1 The ambiguity of Backspace is due to early terminals designed assuming the main use of the keyboard would be to manually punch paper tape while not connected to a computer. To delete the previous character, one had to back up the paper tape punch, which for mechanical and simplicity reasons was a button on the punch itself and not the keyboard, then type the rubout character. They therefore placed a key producing rubout at the location used on typewriters for backspace. When systems used these terminals and provided command-line editing, they had to use the "rubout" code to perform a backspace, and often did not interpret the backspace character (they might echo "^H" for backspace). Other terminals not designed for paper tape made the key at this location produce Backspace, and systems designed for these used that character to back up. Since the delete code often produced a backspace effect, this also forced terminal manufacturers to make any Delete key produce something other than the Delete character.
  6. The Tab character can also be entered by pressing the Tab  key on most systems.
  7. The Carriage Return character can also be entered by pressing the  Enter or Return key on most systems.
  8. The \e escape sequence is not part of ISO C and many other language specifications. However, it is understood by several compilers, including GCC.
  9. The Escape character can also be entered by pressing the Esc key on some systems.
  10. ^^ means Ctrl+^ (pressing the "Ctrl" and caret keys).
  11. The Delete character can sometimes be entered by pressing the ← Backspace key on some systems.