marked-section ignore condition? action+
These rules appear in marked sections in the same way that SGML comments do, except they are processed using a
marked-section ignore rule rather than an SGML comment rule.
In keeping with clause 10.4.1 of the SGML standard (ISO 8879:1986), all pairs of "<![" and "]]>" within an ignore-marked section, including the opening and closing delimiters, are treated as part of the text of the ignore-marked section.
This means that any marked sections nested within an ignore-marked section, including the opening and closing delimiters, are treated as part of the text of the ignore-marked section.
The following statements apply to
marked-section ignore rules:
marked-section ignorerule is performed for an ignore-marked section, then the text in the marked section is discarded.
marked-section ignorerules, then all ignore-marked sections are discarded.
marked-section ignorerule may be selected for each ignore-marked section. That is, either there must only be one
marked-section ignorerule or, if there is more than one
marked-section ignorerule, each one of them must have a condition. It is an error for more than one
marked-section ignorerule to be selected for an ignore-marked section.
%coperator captures the text of an ignore-marked section. Either
suppressmust be used exactly once in a
marked-section ignorerule. The "u", "l", "s", "h", and "z" modifiers can be used on a
%coperator in a
marked-section ignorerule in the OmniMark program.
sgml-outaction determines what happens to record ends in the text of an ignore-marked section.
marked-section ignorerules affects how
translaterules match text in and around an ignore-marked section.
Conditions can be added to
marked-section ignore rules using the