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(Apologies, but the "separator" thing is mainly for lists. Both , and 、 are called "commas" if you want some "comma" justification.)
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Latest revision as of 14:06, 19 July 2017

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Note 这是可选消息。如果在您的语言中保持不变的话,请不要翻译。

Warning: languages have different usages of punctuation, and sometimes they are swapped (e.g. openining and closing quotation marks, or full stop and colon in Armenian), or change their form (the full stop in Chinese and Japanese, the prefered "colon" in Armenian used in fact as the regular full stop, the comma in Arabic, Armenian, and Chinese...)

Their spacing (before or after) may also vary across languages (for example French requires a non-breaking space, preferably narrow if the browser supports NNBSP, on the inner side of some punctuations like quotation/question/exclamation marks, colon, and semicolons).

Message definition (MediaWiki core)