What's the difference between ，and 、 as they appear in some texts, like in this passage of the Zhuang Zi (end of the second part):
Is it like comma and semicolon? Or one is used for enumerations, or what?
Q： The difference between ，and 、
，(逗号， Dou4 Hao4) is similar to what it is for in English.
、(顿号，Dun4 Hao4) is to give a list of same type of things.
For example: 我喜欢吃苹果、香蕉、橘子、等等。
If in English, it would be also a comma.
、 is used for enumerations.
， is the counterpart of