Dot

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Dot, DoT or DOT may refer to:

Typography[edit]

  • Full stop, also called period in American English, used as a sentence terminator and as a decimal mark (decimal point) in numerals ( . )
  • Interpunct (·), between words, also called middle dot or centered dot. Homoglyphic characters include:
    • dot operator, used as notation for multiplication ( )
    • word separator middle dot, used in Avestan, Samaritan ( )
    • Katakana middle dot ( )
    • Georgian comma
  • Dot (diacritic), above or below a character (e.g. ȧ, , İ, Ċ, ċ, etc.) ( ˙  ̣ )
    • Hebrew shin and sin dots ( ׁ  ׂ) as well as upper and lower dots (  ׄ  ׅ )
    • Syriac feminine dot (  ݀ )
    • Devanagari high spacing dot ( )
    • Myanmar dot below (  ့ )
    • Canadian syllabics final middle dot ( )
    • Canadian syllabics final raised dot ( )
    • Vedic tone dot below (  ᳝)
    • One dot leader, also used as Armenian semi-colon ( )
    • The dot above is used to denote time derivation, in Newtonian notation
    • There are also double, triple, quadruple and even quintuple diacritic dots
  • Three horizontal dots "…" is an ellipsis

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