marked-section include-end 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, and so can overlap the structure that ties together the components of a parsed SGML document.
marked-section include-end applies to the end of the marked section:
marked-section include-endrule is performed at the end of an include-marked section, then the ending markup is ignored by the OmniMark program (though not by the SGML parser).
marked-section include-endrule 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-endrule to be selected for an include-marked section.
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-end rule: