Quick ascii table in hex.

The Linux Quick Hacks page inspired on this one:

perl -e ‘foreach $x (32..126) { printf(“:: %c %x ::”, $x, $x) } print “n”‘

Output:
:: 20 :::: ! 21 :::: ” 22 :::: # 23 :::: $ 24 :::: % 25 :::: & 26 :::: ‘ 27 ::
:: ( 28 :::: ) 29 :::: * 2a :::: + 2b :::: , 2c :::: – 2d :::: . 2e :::: / 2f ::
:: 0 30 :::: 1 31 :::: 2 32 :::: 3 33 :::: 4 34 :::: 5 35 :::: 6 36 :::: 7 37 ::
:: 8 38 :::: 9 39 :::: : 3a :::: ; 3b :::: < 3c :::: = 3d :::: > 3e :::: ? 3f ::
:: @ 40 :::: A 41 :::: B 42 :::: C 43 :::: D 44 :::: E 45 :::: F 46 :::: G 47 ::
:: H 48 :::: I 49 :::: J 4a :::: K 4b :::: L 4c :::: M 4d :::: N 4e :::: O 4f ::
:: P 50 :::: Q 51 :::: R 52 :::: S 53 :::: T 54 :::: U 55 :::: V 56 :::: W 57 ::
:: X 58 :::: Y 59 :::: Z 5a :::: [ 5b :::: 5c :::: ] 5d :::: ^ 5e :::: _ 5f ::
:: ` 60 :::: a 61 :::: b 62 :::: c 63 :::: d 64 :::: e 65 :::: f 66 :::: g 67 ::
:: h 68 :::: i 69 :::: j 6a :::: k 6b :::: l 6c :::: m 6d :::: n 6e :::: o 6f ::
:: p 70 :::: q 71 :::: r 72 :::: s 73 :::: t 74 :::: u 75 :::: v 76 :::: w 77 ::
:: x 78 :::: y 79 :::: z 7a :::: { 7b :::: | 7c :::: } 7d :::: ~ 7e ::