Possibility that letters have been completely lost

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Traditional typographic representation

Regular Expression Test

EpiDoc Encoding

  1. <gap id="gap1" reason="lost" extent="3" unit="character" /> <certainty target="gap1" locus="#gi" assertedValue="space" degree="low" />
  2. <gap id="gap2" reason="lost" extent="3" unit="character" /> <certainty target="gap2" locus="extent" assertedValue="space" degree="low" /> <certainty target="gap2" locus="#gi" assertedValue="space" degree="low" />
  3. <gap id="gap3" reason="lost" extent="10" unit="character" /> <certainty target="gap3" locus="#gi" assertedValue="space" degree="low" />
  4. <gap id="gap4" reason="lost" extent="10" unit="character" /> <certainty target="gap4" locus="extent" degree="low" /> <certainty target="gap4" locus="#gi" assertedValue="space" degree="low" />
  5. <gap id="gap5" reason="lost" extent="4.2" unit="cm" /> <certainty target="gap5" locus="#gi" assertedValue="space" degree="low" />
  6. <gap id="gap6" reason="lost" extent="1" unit="line" /> <certainty target="gap6" locus="#gi" assertedValue="space" degree="low" />
  7. <gap id="gap7" reason="lost" unit="line" /> <certainty target="gap7" locus="extent" degree="low" /> <certainty target="gap7" locus="#gi" assertedValue="space" degree="low" />

EpiDoc appearance with standard XSLT

  1. [ · · · ? ]
  2. [ · c.3 · ? ]
  3. [ · 10 · ? ]
  4. [ · c.10 · ? ]
  5. [ - 4.2cm - ? ]
  6. [ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ? ]
  7.  - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ? 

Notes

  1. The first example indicates the possible loss of exactly three characters (the alternative possibility is that there was originally a vacat in this space.
  2. The second example indicates the possible loss of approximately three characters.
  3. The third example indicates the possible loss of exactly 10 characters.
  4. The fourth example indicates the possible loss of approximately 10 characters.
  5. The fifth example indicates the possible loss of text in a horizontal span of 4.2cm.
  6. The sixth example indicates the possible loss of exactly one line of text.
  7. The seventh example indicates the possible loss of one or more lines of text.
  8. For cases wherein the editor is certain that text has been lost and the only ambiguity, if any, pertains to the number of characters thus lost, see Letters completely lost (extent certain or not certain).

Responsibility for this section

CVS Information

Revision number: $Revision: 1.12 $

Revision name (if any): $Name: r-4-beta-1 $

Revision date: $Date: 2006/04/18 21:19:01 $

Revision committed by: $Author: paregorios $