What is the question mark symbol called?

A question mark, also known as a question mark or question mark, is a punctuation mark used to indicate that a sentence is a question. The question mark? (also known as a question mark, query or erotheme in journalism) is a punctuation mark that indicates an interrogative sentence or phrase in many languages. In Armenian, the question mark is a diacritical sign that takes the form of an open circle and is placed over the last vowel of the word questioning. It is defined in Unicode in U+055E ARMENIAN QUESTION MARK.

The question mark is used in ASCII representations of the international phonetic alphabet, such as SAMPA, instead of the glottal stop symbol, (which looks like? without the dot) and corresponds to the Unicode code point U+0294, LATIN LETTER GLOTAL STOP. In linear logic, the question mark indicates one of the exponential modalities that control weakening and contraction. It is called star because it looks like one, and aster- is also a Latin root for star, that is, so, in essence, it is just a formal name with the same meaning of a term. An interrobang is a punctuation mark consisting of an exclamation mark and a question mark superimposed on top of each other.

The question mark is one of the three main final signs of sentences; the other two are the period and the exclamation mark.