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There are some characters, such as
> which cannot be directly represented in HTML. A representation, which involves writing a
& followed by a name/code to represent such characters is called HTML entities encoding. For example, to represent
&, one must write it as
This tool can make such conversions, or convert text containing HTML entities into their normal, textual representation. In addition, symbols such as
© which cannot often be represented in HTML due to the text encoding of the document are also converted to their corresponding HTML entities representation.
A full list of HTML entities is available here.