suppress is equivalent to
In the format string
zis a format modifier that turns off all translate rules,
his a format modifier that turns off all line-breaking rules, and
%is the parse continuation operator.
The following sample code demonstrates the use of
suppress in a simple SGML program. The program prints
all of the titles in a document whose doctype is
process do sgml-parse document scan #main-input output "%c" done element "doc" suppress element "title" put #main-output "%c%n" element #implied output "%c"
If there are subelements in
title, they will be processed by the
element #implied rule.
output "%c" is used instead of
suppress to process the content of these subelements. This
ensures that the content of the subelement is sent to the same destination as the content of the parent element.
If the subelement is within a
title, its content will be sent to
#main-output in its proper
place within the title. Otherwise, it will be sent to