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A comma is a type of punctuation mark (,). The word comes from the Greek komma (κόμμα), which means something cut off or a short clause.
Comma may also refer to:
- Comma (music), a type of interval in music theory
- Comma butterfly, the brush-footed butterfly Polygonia c-album (and related species; "comma butterflies": the genus Polygonia in general)
- Comma, the journal of the International Council on Archives
- Comma (rhetoric), a short clause in Ancient Greek rhetoric
- Comma operator, an operator in C and other related programming languages
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