What is ENDNOTES?

Reference statements printed at the end of a page, document, article, chapter or book. They explain or provide additional information on some point raised in a text. At the end of the page noted, it is called a footnote. Endnotes are tagged by some cross-referencing indicator – an asterisk (*), dagger (

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