hex values

I want to create an HTML table of all the characters with hexadeciaml values between

Basic Latin (0000-007F)
Latin-1 Supplement (0080-00FF)

So the table should be something like

<tr>
  <td>U+0000</td>
  <td>&#x0000;</td>
</tr>

<tr>
  <td>U+0001</td>
  <td>&#x0001;</td>
</tr>


But I don't know how counting is done in hexadecimal. Can someone please give a list of characters (hex values) that lie in the above ranges.
zenterAsked:
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Sinoj SebastianCTO & OpenERP Project managerCommented:
Sorry TName :-(
I was delayed to press that submit button
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TNameCommented:
No problem :)
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zenterAuthor Commented:
Is U+0000 the right way to represent unicide characters. In the end I want the user the open the HTML page in browser and easily find out what characters are getting displayed and what are not.
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Mick BarryJava DeveloperCommented:
for (int i=start; i<end; i++)
{
   String hex = Integer.toHexString(i);
   System.out.println(hex);
}
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Sinoj SebastianCTO & OpenERP Project managerCommented:
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TNameCommented:
You can use hex, but you can use decimal values as well, these pairs of hex/decimal values denote the same character...
(see linked charts)

  <td>&#x0040;</td>
  <td>&#64;</td>

  <td>&#x007D;</td>
  <td>&#125;</td>

 <td>&#x00AE;</td>
  <td>&#174;</td>
 
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zenterAuthor Commented:
>>http://theorem.ca/~mvcorks/cgi-bin/unicode.pl.cgi?start=0000&end=00FF

Thanks. This is exactly what I need. Is it possible to get siilar table for these as well

Latin-1 Supplement (0080-00FF)
Latin Extended-A & B (0100-024F)
General Punctuation (2000-206F)
Currency Symbols (20A0-20CF)
Mathematical Operators (2200-22FF)
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Sinoj SebastianCTO & OpenERP Project managerCommented:
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