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Is the asterisk the common symbol to mark fields as required in all languages?
I did some research but didn't find an answer to it. The asterisk seems to be a common symbol on the web for marking input or user interaction as required. Most likely it has it's origins in print ...
Mar 30 '12 at 14:11
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