HTML encoder

eol > br
num > nbsp
all > nbsp

HTML encoded

Special characters like ←, <, † and é are 'escaped' in HTML: they are written in a different (longer) form -or encoded- so that they can be interpreted by browsers in the correct way. For an overview of all the special characters in HTML, see the HTML character map.

Ό&lambda;&omicron;&iota; &omicron;&iota; ά&nu;&theta;&rho;&omega;&pi;&omicron;&iota; &gamma;&epsilon;&nu;&nu;&iota;&omicron;ύ&nu;&tau;&alpha;&iota; &epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;ύ&theta;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;&iota; &kappa;&alpha;&iota; ί&sigma;&omicron;&iota; &sigma;&tau;&eta;&nu; &alpha;&xi;&iota;&omicron;&pi;&rho;έ&pi;&epsilon;&iota;&alpha; &kappa;&alpha;&iota; &tau;&alpha; &delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;ώ&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;

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