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BIBLICAL LANGUAGES AT(5)
NAME
at - format of morphologically analysed text
SYNTAX
text = partition { partition }.
partition = language line { line }.
language = '%language' space name <newline>.
line = label space sentence <newline>.
label = book space index.
book = section name.
section = empty | <digit>.
space = separator { separator }.
separator = <space> | <tab>.
index = number { ',' number }.
number = <digit> { <digit> }.
name = letter { letter }.
letter = <any ASCII alphabetic character or the
'_'>
sentence = string { space string }.
string = word { '-' word }.
word = printable { printable }.
printable = <any ASCII graphical character, save the
'-'>.
DESCRIPTION
An analysed text is one or more subsequent language sec-
tions. A language section consists of a language indicator
followed by lines tagged with a verse label. Empty lines
and lines that start with a pound sign (#) are ignored.
Each line bears a tag, which consists of (an abbreviation
of) a book name and a verse index, for example `Ex 21,17'. A
book name may start with a digit, if desired, (as in 3John).
The tag is followed by white space and the text of the
verse. When a verse is to be distributed over more than one
line, the tag is repeated on every line, for example:
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BIBLICAL LANGUAGES AT(5)
%language hebrew
HOS 1,1 DBR/:c JHWH/ >CR HJH[ >L HWC</ BN/:c B>RJ/
HOS 1,1 B-J(WM/J <ZJH/ JWTM/ >XZ=/ JXZQJH/ MLK/J JHWDH/
HOS 1,1 W-B-J(WM/J JRB<M/ BN/:c JW>C/ MLK/ JFR>L/
HOS 1,2 TXL(H/T:c DBR[:d JHWH/ B-HWC</
HOS 1,2 W-!J!>MR[ JHWH/ >L HWC</
HOS 1,2 !!(HLK[
HOS 1,2 !!(LQX[ L+K >C(H/T:c ZNWN(J(M/JM W-JLD/J ZNWN(J(M/JM
HOS 1,2 KJ !!ZNH[/:a !T=!ZNH[ H->RY/:a M(N->XR/J JHWH/
Words are separated by white space, where white space is to
be understood as any sequence of spaces and tabs. The dash
is used to separate words which are written together (for
instance BJWM is rendered as follows: B-(H-JWM/).
SEE ALSO
at(3), gt(5), isalpha(3C), isgraph(3C).
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