HTML character: À = À

«Latin capital letter A with grave accent (Latin capital letter A grave)»

  • Fonts: italic: Àbold: Àcode: Àserif: Àsans-serif: Àfixed: À
  • HTML-encoded: À
  • Unicode codepoint: À
  • Unicode hexadecimal: U+00C0
  • URL Encoded: %C3%80
  • Lower case: à = à
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