I would like to be directed on where I can find more information about when a Two-Cell Double Quotation Mark could and should be used. I have referenced The Rules of UEB 7.6 but I see only one example of this particular quotation mark. In Lesson 16.2c in the NFB Literary Transcriber Course it touches on it but not in any length as to give a clear understanding. Any help on this would be most appreciated.
I have a question regarding Printing History...I have come across a book that has a string of 10 numbers below the Printing History and this string of numbers is the same in several books I am working on. It does not have a decimal within it or it does not have any letters.
13 14 15 16 0940 19 18 17 16
I'm wondering since it is in several books that are a part of a series if it may be a series identifier. If so, is it included in the Printing History? My guess is no but would like to know so sure.
I am new here and actually still doing the Lessons (I'm on lesson 17). I got confused when I saw the phrase "do not use them, meaning the be, con and dis contraction, if their letters are immediately followed by a typeform indicator...when they say indicator does that also include terminators because there is no mention of those.
In Lesson 15.1a it states:
Also, because the lower groupsigns for be, con, and dis must constitute the first syllable of a word and be followed by a letter, do not use them if their letters are immediately followed by a typeform indicator.