HTML Symbols – HTML entities for writing codes in wordpress post

< = &lt; or &#60; (less than sign)
> = &gt; or &#62; (greater than sign)
/ = &#47; (slash)
\ = &#92; (backslash)
( = &#40; (opening parenthesis)
) = &#41; (closing parenthesis)
] = &#93; (opening bracket)
[ = &#91; (closing bracket)
^ = &#94; (caret - circumflex)
_ = &#95; (underscore)
" = &quot; or &#34; (double quotes)
' = &#39; (single quote)
“ = &ldquo; or &#8220; (left double quotation mark)
” = &rdquo; or &#8220; (right double quotation mark)
‘ = &lsquo; or &#8216; (left single quotation mark)
’ = &rsquo; or &#8217; (right single quotation mark)
& = &amp; or &#38; (ampersand)
! = &#33; (exclamation point)
# = &#35; (number sign)
$ = &#36; (dollar sign)
€ = &#8364; or &euro; (euro sign)
% = &#37; (percent sign)
* = &#42; (asterisk)
+ = &#43; (plus sign)
- = &#45; (minus sign - hyphen)
  = &#32; (space)
, = &#44; (comma)
. = &#46; (period)
: = &#58; (colon)
; = &#59; (semicolon)
= = &#61; (equal sign)
? = &#63; (question mark)
@ = &#64; (at symbol)
` = &#96; (grave accent)
~ = &#126; (equivalency sign - tilde)
© = &#169; or &copy; (copyright sign)
® = &#174; or &reg; (registered trade mark sign)
™ = &#8482; (trade mark sign)
« = &#171; or &laquo; (left double angle quotes)
» = &#187; or &raquo; (right double angle quotes)
• = &#8226; (bullet)