marked-section include-start condition? action*
Unlike most marked section rules, include rules are split into two sets of rules:
marked-section include-start rules and
marked-section include-end rules. This is because an include-marked section can start in the context of one element and end in the context of another ("merging" the specifications), and so can overlap the structure that ties the components of a parsed SGML document together. To avoid the complications that could result from trying to "merge" the specifications for the rules for include-marked sections with the applicable
data-content, the include rules apply only to the start and end of the marked section.
marked-section include-start applies to the start of the marked section.
marked-section include-startrule is performed at the start of an include-marked section, then the starting markup is ignored by the OmniMark program (though not by the SGML parser).
marked-section include-startrule may be selected for each marked section. If more than one rule applies, then each must have a condition. It is an error for more than one
marked-section include-startrule to be selected for an include-marked section.
marked-section include-startrule is applied when the
[at the end of the header of the marked section is encountered. Any comment in the header of the marked section is processed prior to the processing of the
marked-sectionrule in the OmniMark program.
%coperator nor the
suppressaction can be used in a
The following is an example of a
marked-section include-start rule: