Is there a correct way to show a line segment in braille. If I have a segment with C and D as the endpoints for example. I think I read that should use the letter sign with each letter used as the endpoints. Is there a standard way to show the segment--would I use dots 25 repeatedly for the segment (like is used for a separation line in Nemeth) or would I use dots 36 for the body of the segment? Thank you.
If you have an actual line segment in the print text that is labeled on either end with C and D, you should draw the line segment. In tactile drawings, upper case letter labels do not require a letter indicator, only a cap sign. If the labels are lower case, then an English Letter Indicator is required.