# Unicode subscripts and superscripts

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# UTF-8 subscripts and superscripts

- Basic Latin 0000–007F is identical to ASCII
- Superscript one(¹), two (²) and three (³): See UTF-8_Latin_characters

Code points | 1st byte | 2nd byte | 3rd byte | Description | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

U+2070 | $E2 | $81 | $B0 | ⁰ | Superscript zero | |

U+00B9 | $C2 | $B9 | - | ¹ | Superscript one | |

U+00B2 | $C2 | $B2 | - | ² | Superscript two | |

U+00B3 | $C2 | $B3 | - | ³ | Superscript three | |

U+2071 | $E2 | $81 | $B1 | ⁱ | Superscript i | |

U+2074 | $E2 | $81 | $B4 | ⁴ | Superscript four | |

U+2075 | $E2 | $81 | $B5 | ⁵ | Superscript five | |

U+2076 | $E2 | $81 | $B6 | ⁶ | Superscript six | |

U+2077 | $E2 | $81 | $B7 | ⁷ | Superscript seven | |

U+2078 | $E2 | $81 | $B8 | ⁸ | Superscript eight | |

U+2079 | $E2 | $81 | $B9 | ⁹ | Superscript nine | |

U+207A | $E2 | $81 | $BA | ⁺ | Superscript plus sign | |

U+207B | $E2 | $81 | $BB | ⁻ | Superscript minus | |

U+2080 | $E2 | $82 | $80 | ₀ | Subscript zero | |

U+2081 | $E2 | $82 | $81 | ₁ | Subscript one | |

U+2082 | $E2 | $82 | $82 | ₂ | Subscript two | |

U+2083 | $E2 | $82 | $83 | ₃ | Subscript three | |

U+2084 | $E2 | $82 | $84 | ₄ | Subscript four | |

U+2085 | $E2 | $82 | $85 | ₅ | Subscript five | |

U+2086 | $E2 | $82 | $86 | ₆ | Subscript six | |

U+2087 | $E2 | $82 | $87 | ₇ | Subscript seven | |

U+2088 | $E2 | $82 | $88 | ₈ | Subscript eight | |

U+2089 | $E2 | $82 | $89 | ₉ | Subscript nine | |

U+208A | $E2 | $82 | $8A | ₊ | Subscript plus sign | |

U+208B | $E2 | $82 | $8B | ₋ | Subscript minus |