What is the unicode between 0x7E and 0xA0?

Looking on charmap it shows 7E then A0 I know 7F is a control character. But that still leaves the rest up to just before A0, so the characters of 7F-9F are still a mystery.

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And in case it was that that font wasn't supporting unicode well, I tried Arial too.

And looking on wikipedia on this page gives me no clue

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And looking http://unicode-table.com/en/#basic-latin also no clue

I know ASCII is 7 bit, so that takes us from 0-7F and I know 7F in ASCII is a control character. And apparently still is in unicode http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/7f/index.htm

But what are the characters between 7F and 9F i.e. 7F to just before A0?

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Looking on wikipedia, you have the list.

The C1 Controls subheading contains 32 supplementary control codes inherited from ISO/IEC 8859-1 and many other 8-bit character standards.

They are non printable characters like End of Selected Area, Reverse Line Feed, Break Permitted Here

It also shows on unicode-table.com which is in your question - though on that page they show as blank initially, but you can hover the mouse cursor over a character (or click on it) and it shows the description.


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