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Using the periodic continued fraction, we give concrete examples of the points at which the derivatives of the Minkowski question mark function does not exist. We also give examples of the differentiability points which show that recent apparently independent results are consistent and closely related. ,doi:10.4134/ckms.c150248 fatcat:ixv2x7eikzg7vdfi2mmv5b7rbq