What Is an Oblique Symbol?

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An oblique symbol is a line with a sloping direction. This symbol is neither perpendicular, nor parallel, nor right angled. It is commonly used instead of €˜or' or to represent the word €˜or'. In other cases it can be used to represent words with the same meaning or items with the same meaning or which can execute similar functions.
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