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FiM++ uses punctuation marks to define where a statement ends. A punctuation immediately after another (or spaced by whitespace) is considered an empty statement and ignored by the compiler.

List of Valid Punctuation Marks[]

The following will always be interpreted as punctuation marks:

  • ! (! - Exclamation mark)
  • , (, - Comma)
  • . (. - Period)
  • : (: - Colon)
  • ? (? - Question Mark)
  • ( - Ellipsis)
  • ( - Interrobang)
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