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I am trying to tie together some pieces of grammar here. Specifically: What is proper full-stop and comma notation in combination with parentheses?
The issue shows when abbreviations are involved as in these sentences:
He measured all the properties (though not height, width, depth etc.).
He measured all the properties (though not height, width, depth etc.), which might be of use.
At the closing parenthesis, there are the weird-looking
.), constructions. Is this actually correct notation?
The answer on this question concludes that the full-stop in the first sentence can both be inside or outside the parenthesis depending on which part of the text, it is tied to. I would therefore keep it outside in the example above.