From: Mark Davis ⌛ (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Aug 27 2009 - 16:50:41 CDT
Because SB5 doesn't match at the start, you keep on going through the rules,
and finally end up not breaking. I agree that the wording is not as clear as
it should be.
I added an example to show that. Hover over the characters and breaks in #15
Note to all: we can add additional examples that illustrate tricky cases;
Peter Edberg and Laurentiu Iancu have actions to do so, but we can take
additional ones if they are sent in very soon. Here are the other current
On Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 13:32, Eric Muller <email@example.com> wrote:
> Eric Muller wrote:
> When considering whether there is a sentence break according to SB12 (but
> -> SB11
> SB4), is it correct that the Sep, CR and LF have to be understood as
> "possibly followed by any number of Extend or Format"?
> In other words, in a string <Sep EX | Numeric>, is the position | a
> boundary or not?
> -> <STerm Sep Extend | Numeric>
> (PS: yes I am having a hard time with sentence break)
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