I couldn't find an answer in the Bringhurst. Maybe someone knows the correct answer. It's German related. Let me know, if the rule is only applied to the German language.
Should I get rid of the second dot at the end of a sentence if there is a dot before?
Auf dem Kalender steht Freitag, der 23.. Eigentlich waren wir aber für…
This looks really stupid to me. So is it allowed to get rid of the second dot?
What should i do?