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Extended Ascii Code

I am working on windows system. In an XML file, I have written
<head>
&#242;
</head>

If I open this XML file in IE, it shows a character similar to o (with dot on top). But this link says
http://www.asciitable.com
that it should be a greater than equal to sign. I want the great than equal to sign printed on my browser when I open my XML file but that is not happening. Please help.
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Gertone (Geert Bormans)

8/22/2022 - Mon
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thomas908

Also, if I do
Alt+0+242, i get o character (with dot on top)
But if I do Alt+242, I get greater than equal to sign.
Can someone Please provide me a solution to this.
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