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The comma is a punctuation character that is placed on the baseline and looks similar to a single quotation mark.

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American English here. I read somewhere, but unfortunately I cannot find the source, that it might also be acceptable to write it as "i.e,". That's how I usually write it, as it appears to look less …
answered Jan 5 '15 by iamsotired