These are the ones I got so far, but I am also interested in what you guys call them all too. I understand that there is a heck of a lot of variation in punctuation terminology.

.

,

!

"

*

()

[]

;

:

'

?

/

>

~

#

Thanks in advance.

What <I> call them

. - period

, - comma

! - exclamation mark

" - double quotation mark

* - asterisk

() - parentheses

[] - square brackets

; - semicolon

: - colon

' - apostrophe or single quotation mark

? - question mark

/ - slash

> - "greater than" (sign; angle bracket)

~ - tilde or "squiggly hyphen"

# - pound sign or number sign

Julian..... # ? A pound sign? Are you really sure?

Yeah, Damian, believe it or not it's called a "pound sign" in North America. I was so puzzled by that when I was in Canada.

What I call them:

. - full stop

, - comma

! - exclamation mark

" - double inverted comma

* - asterisk

() - parentheses or brackets

[] - square brackets

; - semicolon

: - colon

' - apostrophe or single inverted comma

? - question mark

/ - slash

> - "greater than" (sign; angle bracket)

~ - tilde

# - hash or number sign

There are more but I've got to be off.

@ at sign

& ampersand

... ellipsis or dot dot dot

$ dollar sign

% percent sign

. full stop, decimal point or dot

= equals sign

- negative sign, subtraction sign, minus sign or hyphen

+ positive sign, addition sign, plus sign

\ back slash

< less than sign

<> angle brackets