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An exclamation point or exclamation mark ( ! ) is a punctuation mark commonly used to express strong, intense emotions in declarations. It can also be used to add emphasis to interjections and commands.
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exclamation mark

(character)
The character "!" with ASCII code 33.

Common names: bang; pling; excl (/eks'kl/); shriek; ITU-T: exclamation mark, exclamation point (US). Rare: factorial; exclam; smash; cuss; boing; yell; wow; hey; wham; eureka; soldier; INTERCAL: spark-spot.

The Commonwealth Hackish, "pling", is common among Acorn Archimedes owners. Bang is more common in the USA.

The occasional CMU usage, "shriek", is also used by APL fans and mathematicians, especially category theorists.

Exclamation mark is used in C and elsewhere as the logical negation operation (NOT).
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So those spammers pretending to be interested in items just to get members' email addresses when they reply can't run that scheme on The Exclaim.
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Taking Exclaim in a new direction and making it a forward thinking, profitable company has been a rewarding experience, and it's an honor to be recognized along with these other successful Philadelphia business leaders," said Jiren Parikh, President and CEO of Exclaim Mobility, Inc.
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