You might say that this is part of my side of the story… Please excuse my handwriting, punctuation, and spelling.
Is it a kind of punctuation, part comma, part full stop, part interrogatory mark?
You know how they say Christopher Walken eliminates all punctuation when he works on a script?
Now she speaks in incessant streams, full of ideas free of punctuation.
Sentences form, punctuation is added, and eventually it all turns into a book.
What were the first punctuation marks, and how were they used?
That it was the best piece of punctuation I have seen for some time.
Except as noted below, spelling and punctuation have been left as they originally appeared.
Other punctuation, including quotation marks, has been standardized.
Other than that, printer's inconsistencies in spelling, punctuation, and ligature usage have been retained.
1530s, "pointing of the psalms," from Medieval Latin punctuationem (nominative punctuatio) "a marking with points," noun of action from past participle stem of punctuare "to mark with points or dots," from Latin punctus "a prick" (see point (n.)). Meaning "system of inserting pauses in written matter" is recorded from 1660s.
[P]unctuation is cold notation; it is not frustrated speech; it is typographic code. [Robert Bringhurst, "The Elements of Typographic Style," 2004]