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Unfortunately, few languages distinguish these two cases visually, which necessarily poses a problem for text encoders. Suppose, for example, that we wish to investigate a diachronic English corpus for occurrences of tea-pot and teapot, to find evidence for the point at which this compound becomes lexicalized. To control the intended tokenization, the encoder may use the break attribute on such elements to indicate whether or not the element is to be regarded as equivalent to whitespace. An encoder wishing to preserve the original form of this orthographic token in a printed text while at the same time facilitating its recognition as the word opaatje will therefore need to rely on a more sophisticated process than simply removing the hyphen. For example, in Dutch, the word opaatje granddad , occurring at the end of a line may be hyphenated as opa-tje, with a single letter a. In either case, they need to decide whether to record it explicitly, by including an appropriate punctuation character in the text data, or implicitly by supplying an appropriate symbolic value for one or more of the attributes on the lb or other milestone element used to record the fact of the line division. This is however essentially the same as any other form of normalization accompanying the recognition of variations in spelling or morphology: as such it may be encoded using the choice element discussed in 3.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} If the hyphen is included in the character data of the TEI document, it might be marked up using the pc punctuation character tag, which allows the encoder to express information about its function as a separator, through the force attribute. The lb , pb , and cb elements are notable exceptions to this general rule, since their function is precisely to represent or replace line, page, or column breaks, which, as noted above, are generally considered to be equivalent to whitespace. Historically, the hard hyphen has been used in printed or manuscript documents for two distinct purposes. In this section, we discuss issues arising from the appearance of hyphens in pre-existing formatted texts which are being re-encoded for analysis or other processing. Alternatively, they may decide to record the presence of the hyphen, perhaps on the grounds that it provides useful morphological information; perhaps in order to retain information about the visual appearance of the original source. The value maybe is also available, for cases where the encoder does not wish or is unable to determine whether the orthographic token concerned is broken by the line ending. For example, the example above could be encoded with a force value of "inter" to indicate that the punctuation mark may or may not be a word separator See also The ambiguity of the end-of-line hyphen also causes problems in the way a processor identifies such tokens in the absence of explicit markup. However, it is generally unsafe to assume that whitespace adjacent to markup tags will always be preserved, and it is decidedly unsafe to assume that markup tags themselves are equivalent to whitespace. In many languages, it is used between words to show that they function as a single syntactic or lexical unit. In XML, the newline character in text data is a kind of whitespace, and is therefore word breaking. As elsewhere, therefore, encoders have a range of choices: They may decide simply to remove any end-of-line hyphenation from the encoded text, on the grounds that its presence is purely a secondary matter of formatting. For example, in French, est-ce que; in English body-snatcher, tea-party etc. Any case where the word is hyphenated across a linebreak, like this: tea- pot is ambiguous: there is no simple way of deciding which of the two spellings was intended. This attribute can take the values yes or no to indicate whether or not the element corresponds with a token boundary. Deciding whether a compound is to be decomposed into its constituent parts, and if so how, is a different question, involving consideration of many other phenomena in addition to the simple presence of a hyphen. The hyphen character is not, in this case, part of the word, but just a signal that the word continues over the break. Such usages, although possibly problematic when a linguistic analysis is undertaken, are not generally of concern to text encoders: the hyphen character is usually retained in the text, because it may be regarded as part of the way a compound or other lexical item is spelled. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}These generally do not concern the text encoder, since they belong to the domain of formatting and will generally be handled by the rendition software in use. It may also have an important role in disambiguation for example, by distinguishing say a man-eating fish from a man eating fish. If token boundaries are not explicitly marked for example using the seg or w elements , for most languages a processor will rely on character class information to determine where they are to be found: some punctuation characters are considered to be word-breaking, while others are not. As a final complication, it should be noted that in some languages, particularly German and Dutch, the spelling of a word may be altered in the presence of end of line hyphenation. This will obviously apply also if line endings are themselves regarded as unimportant. in an XML source file will necessarily be preserved. These elements provide a more reliable way of preserving the lineation, pagination, etc of a source document, since the encoder should not assume that untagged line breaks etc. When it appears at the end of a printed or written line however, the hard hyphen generally indicates that—contrary to what might be expected—a word is not yet complete, but continues on the next line or over the next page or column or other boundary.