Slash (punctuation)
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Slash Punctuation
/
Slash
⁄   ∕
Fraction slash Division slash Fullwidth solidus
Word dividers
interpunct ·
space

## Notes

1. ^ The commutative ring is also sometimes written as ${\displaystyle \mathbb {Z} _{n}}$, but this is generally proscribed because it can be confused with the set of n-adic integers.
2. ^ For an example of this in practice, see the section on proofreading marks in New Hart's Rules.[33]

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