"/." is generally accepted as the same thing as a question mark. Usually used when typing on a keyboard, the user accidentally presses "/" and "." instead of "Shift" and "?", where they were one key off.
man1: Hey man, hows it going/.
man2: What?
man1: oops I meant to put a question mark.
by PLZ0080 November 14, 2009
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