Question: Do you put asterisk before or after word?

For editing and footnote purposes, the asterisk will appear before a word that needs correcting or a sentence that needs elaborating, and the additional information will be placed beside a corresponding asterisk at the bottom of the page.

Do you put the * before or after a word?

The asterisk goes before the dash, but after every other punctuation mark.

What does it mean when you put an asterisk before and after a word?

Linguistics. In linguistics, an asterisk is placed before a word or phrase to indicate that it is not used, or there are no records of it being in use. It may be used to indicate reconstructed words in proto-languages for which there are no records of the pronunciation, grammar and words.

Where does the * go when correcting a word?

For editing and footnote purposes, the asterisk will appear before a word that needs correcting or a sentence that needs elaborating, and the additional information will be placed beside a corresponding asterisk at the bottom of the page.

What happens when you put a hashtag before a word?

Hashtags were originally created as a way to promote content in Tweets. Once you put a # in front of a word, it automatically becomes a link that takes you to a page where other people have hashtagged the same thing. People also use hashtags to describe their mood/day with humor.

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