|Prerequisite Concepts||Related Syntax|
|Record boundaries: default handling|
There are some interdependencies between the value given in the
newline declaration and the default record boundary conversions that you should be aware of.
sgml-in action is encountered prior to the output of (some) data to the
#markup-parser stream, then the default conversion depends on the value of the newline sequence, as follows:
newlinedeclaration in the OmniMark program, then all newline sequence characters in data output to the
#markup-parserstream are converted to the sequence of carriage return followed by line feed. For systems that use the ASCII character set, this is equivalent to
#markup-parserstream are not converted. For all systems, this is equivalent to
These defaults are in effect until an
sgml-in action is encountered.
sgml-out action is encountered prior to the processing of data content, then all record-end characters in data content are converted to the newline sequence prior to their being provided to markup rules. In other words, for all systems, the default
sgml-out action is:
Record boundaries: manipulating
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