Do we have to type a HTML code for a comma?

Issue

I am just curious. Do you think people have to use a html code for the comma in their codes??

I did not care about it, but there is a HTML code for the comma. I did not event the existence. So how do you guys code for the comma in everyday tasks.

Please tell me.

Solution

Do we have to type a HTML code for a comma?

No.

A comma character , is not a special-character in HTML (unlike <, >, &, ", and '), so it does not need to be represented by an SGML entity (e.g. &#44;).

Answered By – Dai

Answer Checked By – David Marino (AngularFixing Volunteer)

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