MDC: The notion of end-of-line marker (
is not present nor needed in LPDH, since carriage return characters implicitely
introduce line endings.
A line of LPDH code has a direct correspondance with the line of hieroglyphs it renders. When you insert a new line in the LPDH editor, a new line (or column if you are working in column mode) of hieroglyphs is inserted.
MDC: The notion of quadrat separator
(use of the hyphen (
-) is not present nor needed in LPDH,
since space characters implicitely separate quadrats on a line.
To insert a quadrat, you simple need to type in the codes of the glyphs (or the group) that form the quadrat. The source code that describes a quadrat must not contain spaces. Spaces are what separate quadrats.
A1 --> a simple quadrat (containing only one glyph) sbA --> a simple quadrat, for which the phonetic code of glyph N14 was entered A1:N1 --> a complex quadrat (supreimposing glyph A1 over glyph N1) RD*m --> A red dot (RD) followed horizontally by "m" (G17) N37a&D58_1 --> a simple quadrat containing a group code