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BIBLICAL LANGUAGES USERTAB(5)
NAME
usertab - user-approved instructions to syn04types
SYNTAX
file = clause_atom { clause_atom }.
clause_atom = section1 `:' section2 `#' catm_relations
<newline>.
section1 = subtypes indentation `:' line `:' clause
`:' first_phrase `:' last_phrase `:'
clause_type `:' ccr_type `:' ccr_dist
`:' sentence.
section2 = text_type `:' paragraph `:' catm_type.
catm_relations = car { car }.
subtypes = subtype1 subtype2.
indentation = `T' integer.
line = `L' integer.
clause = `C' integer.
first_phrase = `P1' integer.
last_phrase = `Pl' integer.
clause_type = `Cty' integer.
ccr_type = `CCR' integer.
ccr_dist = `dis' integer.
sentence = `S' integer.
text_type = ttc { ttc }.
paragraph = integer.
catm_type = string.
ttc = `?'| `D'| `N'| `Q'.
car = car_dist car_type.
car_dist = integer.
car_type = integer.
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BIBLICAL LANGUAGES USERTAB(5)
subtype1 = `.' | `c' | `d' | `l' | `m' | `r' | `v'
| `x'.
subtype2 = `#' | `.' | `N' | `\' | `e' | `p' | `q'.
In the classic usertab file, no white space is allowed
between subtype1 and subtype2. Although it is not required
by the format, syn04types(1) assumes that the text type
string is padded with spaces to a length of eight charac-
ters. The integers are signed integers.
DESCRIPTION
The usertab file records the information needed by
syn04types(1) to recreate the clause hierarchy approved by
the user in an interactive session. It has a single line of
information for every clause atom in the text. The informa-
tion is a copy of the corresponding parts of the PX(5) file,
quo vide.
line Line number in the file. Used to check the integrity
of the file.
ccr_type
The relation code of the clause constituent relation as
described in PX(5).
ccr_dist
The distance code of the clause constituent relation as
described in PX(5).
catm_type
An alphanumeric string indicating the clause atom type
as described in PX(5).
ttc A text type character as described in PX(5).
car A clause atom relation code as described in CARC(5).
subtype1
The first subtype indicates whether the clause atom
effectively contains a predicate, and if not, why. The
character codes are summarised in the table below.
`.' <empty>
`c' casus pendens
`d' defective
`l' ellipsis
`m' macrosyntactic sign
`r' reopening
`v' vocative
`x' extraposition
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BIBLICAL LANGUAGES USERTAB(5)
subtype2
The second subtype indicates the status of the clause
atom in the text. The character codes are summarised
in the table below.
`#' new paragraph
`.' <empty>
`N' no connection
`\' downward connection
`e' embedding
`p' proleptic ellipsis
`q' direct speech
SEE ALSO
CARC(5), PX(5), exusertab(1), syn04types(1), syn0div(1).
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