Period or decimal point - edit characters for numeric data, COBOL Programming

.(Period or Decimal Point) :

The period may be used to insert a decimal point and may not come into view more than once. Both the period and V cannot appear in similar picture. A period should not also appear at the rightmost character in the picture. 

Examples:

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