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When “etc.” is at the end of a phrase, do you place a period after it?

Is it grammatically correct to use two dots at the end of the contraction 'etc' when it comes at the end of the sentence? For example,

All he eats is junk food: ice-cream, pizza, burger etc..

Or should be put just one dot there? like

All he eats is junk food: ice-cream, pizza, burger etc.

I am asking because my auto-correct is bugging me.

merged by RegDwigнt Mar 8 '12 at 10:04

This question was merged with When “etc.” is at the end of a phrase, do you place a period after it? because it is an exact duplicate of that question.