For the Unicode block, see General Punctuation Unicode block. On the page, punctuation performs its grammatical function, but in the mind of the reader it does more than that. An international patent application was filed, and published in under World Intellectual Property Organization WIPO number WO,  for two new punctuation marks: the "question comma" and the "exclamation comma". Originally, Sanskrit had no punctuation. Also, texts were sometimes laid out per capitula , where every sentence had its own separate line. Fraktur Rotunda Schwabacher.