(This might be better suited to another forum, apologies)
One of the example sentences for しゃりょう is the following:
Hi there, I’m examining the railroad cars.
The kanji after の looked immediately familiar as I’d just learned means “decimal point” (and why the mnemonic for that isn’t “it means decimal, so it’s てん” I don’t know! ;)). I figured it might have another meaning but I can’t figure how the ones on jisho fit in.
Can some kind person break it down for me, please?