For centuries,Â punctuation served as a rhetorical device, i.e., to guide the reader on when to stop or pause when reciting a text. Today, punctuation mainly serves logical functions in written prose, scientific literature, and mathematical expressions, modifying the tone and providing structure.
We write the year 2020â€”the very year that marks the 15th anniversary of the text clinic. For just as long, my intention has been to put brief little summaries of some of the most frequently recurring style questions up on my site. Every time one of these aspects has come
use of the trademark symbol
There is sometimes confusion over when and how trademark symbols have to be included in documentationâ€”particularly because overuse can clutter an otherwise neat-looking text. Do I have to use the trademark symbol every time I mention the trademarked product? Can dropping the trademark symbol compromise rights in a trademark