Ar 23:27 -0700 1998-04-06, scríobh Keld J|rn Simonsen:
>> In particular, are there any natural
>> languages that denote a word break by a mark at the beginning of the
>> *second* line (rather than at the end of the first)?
>I have seen that sometimes, even in Danish text, but it is not common
>here. I remember seeing it with a = at the second line.
You can find that in some fancy 19th century English text too.
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