<align>

The element align declares one or more groups of words that should be aligned with each other. <align> specifies that all the tokens invoked for one source collectively align with the tokens in the other.

Formal Definition

   (~inclusion | 
      (~alignment-attributes-non-class-2, ~certainty-stamp, @group?, (<comment>* & 
         (<tok> | <group> | <tok>)+)))

Defined at: TAN-A-tok.rng

Used by: ~body-item

[Important]Important

No <tok> should duplicate any sibling <tok>.

Example 8.91. <align>

<TAN-A-tok TAN-version="2018" id="tag:parkj@textalign.net,2015:TAN-A-tok,ring01+ring02">
   .........
   <body bitext-relation="B-descends-from-A" reuse-type="adaptation" in-progress="false">
      <align>
         <tok src="ring1881" ref="1" val="\u{.latin}"/>
         <tok src="ring1987" ref="1" pos="1"/>
      </align>
      <align>
         <tok src="ring1881" ref="1" pos="2"/>
         <tok src="ring1987" ref="1" pos="2"/>
      </align>
      <align>
         <tok src="ring1881" ref="1" pos="3"/>
         <tok src="ring1987" ref="1" pos="3"/>
      </align>
      <align>
         <tok src="ring1881" ref="1" pos="4"/>
         <tok src="ring1987" ref="1" pos="4"/>
      </align>
      <align>
         .........
      </align>
      .........
   </body>
</TAN-A-tok>


[Note]Note

Taken from ringoroses.01+02.token.1