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2. In the proper grammar, every sentence should end with a period "。".
So, you can end your question sentence with a period or a question mark today. But a proper sentence requires one of them.
元気ですか？ (many people use "?" today)
元気ですか。 (would seem more polite/proper/traditional)
However, you can omit the period in titles, in captions, or in short messages, like you do in English.
Hope it helps.
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