@n

The attribute n names a <div> or <group>.

If @n is to be given more than one value, those items must be separated by a space, a comma, or some other non-word character except the hyphen. A hyphen may be used between numbers to specify a range. This feature is useful for cases where a <div> straddles reference markers (e.g., a translation of Aristotle that cannot be easily tied to Bekker numbers).

Formal Definition

Defined at: TAN-core.rng

Used by: ~text-div, ~alt-skip, ~simple-rename, ~complex-rename, ~alt-equate, ~group-attributes

[Caution]Caution

Leaf div references must be unique.

[Caution]Caution

An @n taking digit values should not begin with 0.

[Important]Important

@n suffices for labeling text in a <div>; the @n's value should not appear in the text.

[Important]Important

concatenated @n's suffice for labeling text in a <div>; the <div>'s reference should not appear in the text.

[Caution]Caution

At least one instance of an @n value should be found in each source.