Slash (punctuation)

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Slash
⁄   ∕
Fraction slash Division slash Fullwidth solidus
Punctuation
apostrophe  '
brackets [ ]  ( )  { }  ⟨ ⟩
colon :
comma ,  ،
dash ‒  –  —  ―
ellipsis  ...
exclamation mark !
full stop, period .
guillemets ‹ ›  « »
hyphen
hyphen-minus -
question mark ?
quotation marks ‘ ’  “ ”  ' '  " "
semicolon ;
slash, stroke, solidus /
Word dividers
interpunct ·
space
General typography
ampersand &
asterisk *
at sign @
backslash \
basis point
bullet
caret ^
dagger † ‡ ⹋
degree °
ditto mark
equals sign =
inverted exclamation mark ¡
inverted question mark ¿
komejirushi, kome, reference mark
multiplication sign ×
number sign, pound, hash #
numero sign
obelus ÷
ordinal indicator º ª
percent, per mil % ‰
pilcrow
plus, minus + −
plus-minus, minus-plus ± ∓
prime
section sign §
tilde ~
underscore, understrike _
vertical bar, pipe, broken bar |    ¦
Intellectual property
copyleft 🄯
service mark
Currency
currency sign ¤

Notes

1. ^ The commutative ring is also sometimes written as ${\displaystyle \mathbb {Z} _{n}}$, but this is generally proscribed because it can be confused with the set of n-adic integers.
2. ^ For an example of this in practice, see the section on proofreading marks in New Hart's Rules.[33]

References

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