Normative norms include general and situational norms: the former are characteristic of any text and are mastered within the framework of obtaining compulsory secondary education, the latter - to a group of texts of a certain type. Situational norms depend on the nature of the transmitted information: for example, in advertising texts they perform a signal function, in journalistic texts - an accent one.
Non-normative punctuation implies the placement of punctuation marks outside the norms, but in accordance with the author's intention and used artistic techniques. However, this does not mean that normative punctuation is completely ignored. There is a certain limit that should not be exceeded with copyright marks - the possibility of understanding the text by the reader. Non-normative punctuation is always based on normative principles. [nine].