From: Satoshi Nakagawa (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Feb 26 2008 - 03:06:31 CST
On 2008/02/25, at 6:22, Philippe Verdy wrote:
>>> Do not break between letters, numbers, or ordinary symbols and
>>> or closing punctuation.
>>> CL $B!_(B (AL | NU)
> In fact the rules translate as CL % AL, i.e. it's an indirect break:
> CL $B!_(B AL
> CL $B!_(B SP* $B!`(B AL
I would not agree.
> % denotes an indirect break opportunity: B % A is equivalent
> to B $B!_(B A and B SP+ $B!`(B A;
> in other words, do not break before A, unless one or more spaces
> follow B.
We can only say CL % AL is equivalent to CL $B!_(B AL and CL $B!_(B
SP* $B!`(B AL here. So CL $B!_(B AL is not equivalent to CL % AL.
Because the left hand side doesn't have "and CL $B!_(B SP* $B!`(B
I would say in other words, if A $B!_(B B allowed a break,
the A $B!_(B B rule would be no information.
I think CL $B!_(B AL doesn't allow a break between CL and AL, doesn't
-- Satoshi Nakagawa
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