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When should end punctuation go inside quotes?

Is the grammar at the end of the following sentence correct? If not, what should it be?

I was told in no uncertain terms "this is our decision to make!".

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marked as duplicate by mplungjan, Matt E. Эллен, Robusto, Andrew Leach, J.R. Dec 7 '12 at 11:47

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That is not grammar. That is punctuation. – RegDwigнt Dec 7 '12 at 10:35
You don't really elaborate on why you're confused, which can make a question difficult to answer. – J.R. Dec 7 '12 at 11:48

Exclamation points, quotation marks, and periods (end stops) are not grammar but punctuation marks, a subset of writing mechanics.

There's no need for the period at the end of the sentence.

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