After a note it makes the duration 50% longer (i.e. x 1.5).
Thus a dotted half = 3 quarters (instead of two for an un-dotted quarter), a dotted quarter = 3 eighths, etc.
A double-dotted note (two dots after it) is 75% longer, so a double-dotted half = 7 eighths (half + a quarter + an eighth).
Two dots (vertically) before a double-bar line means repeat back, to either the closest mirror-image dotted double-bar, or (if that's not there) the start.
That is a repeat sign.
by the way its moving i think by the way its moving with the music.
Dots cannot be connected with dots. It takes lines.
A GameCube with dots on it is a GameCube with dots on it...
The sign in music whichn means to play a section or piece again are two groups of double bar-lines with two dots behind or infront of it.
The F clef: the line that the two dots on the right surround is the note F.
That would be the bass clef. There is a curved shape with two dots next to it: the dots are on either side of whichever line is designated as F.
If it's referring to music it's a bass clef, not a treble clef!
The dots are braille.
The word dots is a noun or a verb. Dots as a Verb: Sammy dots his paper with a paint brush. Dot as a noun: Sammy connected the dots to make a picture.
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