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Multiple_endings

<!ELEMENT multiple_endings (multiple_ending+)>
<!ATTLIST multiple_endings
   id ID #IMPLIED>

<!ELEMENT multiple_ending EMPTY>
<!ATTLIST multiple_ending
   id ID #IMPLIED
   number CDATA #REQUIRED
   %spine_start_end_ref;
   return_to IDREF #REQUIRED>

Element multiple_endings is a container for two or more multiple_ending elements. The only (optional) attribute is id, which provides a unique identification for the symbol.
Element multiple_ending encodes each sub-part of a multiple-ending structure, namely the 1st, the 2nd, the n-th block of measures to be performed after repeats.

 

Attributes
  • id, an optional attribute that provides a unique identification for the symbol.
  • number, a mandatory attribute that specifies the number of the current ending.
  • start_event_ref, a mandatory attribute to identify the spine event where the current ending starts.
  • end_event_ref, a mandatory attribute to identify the spine event where the current ending stops.
  • return_to, a mandatory attribute that identifies the first spine event after the jump which follows the current ending.

 

Examples

repeat3

<multiple_endings>
   <multiple_ending number="1" start_event_ref="event_07"
                          end_event_ref="event_09" return_to="event_01" />
   <multiple_ending number="2" start_event_ref="event_10"
                          end_event_ref="event_12" return_to="event_13" />
</multiple_endings>

 


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