I am seeing both 20$ and $20 usages. (20 is nonessential to this question.) What is the difference between them?
How can I pronounce @ symbol: At / At the rate? Can I use it in a sentence? Please explain with an example.
Is there a name for the use of symbols in place of curse words, for example #$@&%*!?
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What can I call the below symbols? ~ ` ^
Why the disparity? And why use 'No.'? Is it from the French? And the hash or pound sign seems a weird choice too, is there a history or any reason involved?
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I often see English notation about time using the " and ' symbols. I have always mistaken about the two, and even their meaning. I'm more used to "01:05:56", for example. Which is for the hour, ...
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