Weird question, but are Danish interrobangs always in that order? Most english ones i think are reversed, with the question mark first.
I don't think it really matters. An interrobang is an informal style of punctuation, so I don't think it has to follow many rules.
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I put in "Did you see that?" which is correct but I guess you could also say "did you see it?"
Where is 'see' "??
It is the "så". Here it is however pronounced wrong.