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5.4.2

A grade 1 passage is terminated by the grade 1 terminator.

5.4.3

To preserve the natural line-by-line arrangement of the text, e.g. in a computer program or a set of equations in mathematics, place the grade 1 passage indicator on a separate line above the grade 1 text and the grade 1 terminator on a separate line below the text. When this method is used, precede each indicator by the dot locator for

Refer to: Section 3.14, General Symbols and Indicators, for the dot locator for "use".


5.5.1

The grade 1 terminator usually follows immediately after the last affected symbols-sequence of a grade 1 passage.

5.5.2

Use the grade 1 terminator when it is necessary to terminate grade 1 mode before the end of a symbols-sequence.

5.6.1

Grade 1 mode is also set by the numeric indicator.

5.6.2

When grade 1 mode is set by the numeric indicator it is terminated by a space, hyphen, dash or grade 1 terminator.

Refer to: Section 6.5, Numeric Mode.

5.7.1

Grade 1 mode is required to prevent a letter from being misread as an alphabetic wordsign.

Refer to: Section 10.1, Contractions.

5.7.2

Grade 1 mode is required to prevent a letters-sequence from being misread as a shortform or as containing a shortform.

Refer to: Section 10.9, Contractions.

5.8.1

A grade 1 indicator precedes a capitalisation indicator.

5.9.1

As words are most easily recognised when presented in their familiar contracted form, minimise the number of switches between grades, the number of indicators required and the number of cells used.