She remembers things like the time to she found “a note he wrote to himself that said ‘put on pants’…with a question mark.”
The attitude of neighboring Pakistan is also a question mark.
Although after such a complicated life, even his death may turn out to be a question mark instead of a full stop.
In Madrid Thursday, after the defeat to Switzerland, it comes followed by a question mark.
“Once the resignation was submitted, politics probably became much more of a question mark, and it was tense,” the official said.
Besides, the terms punctuation mark, period, and question mark should receive passing notice.
This is but the replacing of the question mark with a meaningless label.
In profile the most striking things about him were his nose and Adam's apple; he had a close resemblance to a question mark.
Every interrogative sentence should end with a question mark.
Weiss adds a question mark to several of his sections, but these have been included in the table.
A punctuation mark (?) that follows a direct question: “Is Ralph really seven feet tall?”
"?", ASCII character 63.
Common names: query; ITU-T: question mark; ques. Rare: whatmark; INTERCAL: what; wildchar; huh; hook; buttonhook; hunchback.
Question mark is used, along with colon for C's lazy triadic "if" operator (similar to the IIF function in Visual Basic). The expression x?y:z evaluates x, then if x is true it returns y else it returns z.
In Unix shell file name patterns, question mark matches any single character.