I can't tell. You have copied from the actual print and I need to see the actual print in order to tell what is a dialog opening and what is a blank to fill in. I see a long dash and two hyphens.And I also see this
2. --¡______ and I don't know what that i is. Are the two hyphens meant to be the opening dialog dash?????? All I can offer here is a guess, not an answer.
See section 6.5 in the Interim Manual on dashes, especially dashes used as opening dialog marks. Consider sending a scan of the actual print. The only way to find an answer is based on what the actual print looks like, not the way it is interpreted to be copied with a keyboard.
Sorry I can't be of more help with what is in front of me here.
My goodness. You use an i for an inverted exclamation point and you are asking me to know what you mean. I wish! Look at Section 6.5 as mentioned for general information about the dash and what spacing to use. Also see 9.4 Blanks to be filled for using the the double dash in contact with a dash shown preceding conversation, which I think is the situation you have as you describe it. See Section 14.20 Spanish for details about the spacing of the inverted exclamation and question mark. The dot sequcne you give is not correct. All those 36's! There is no way for the reader to easily discern the conversatiion from the blank to be filled. The solution is in the sections given.