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<h1>Example of Block Syntaxes</h1>
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    <p>These examples illustrate the different available syntaxes for Merge-Blocks.</p>
    <h2>Absolute Syntax</h2>
    <p> The block is defined by a beginning TBS tag and an ending TBS tag.</p>
    <p class="text-example2">[blk1;block=begin][blk1.val]<br />
      [blk1;block=end]</p>
    <h2>Relative Syntax</h2>
    <p> The block is defined relatively to the HTML (or XML) tags that surround the TBS tag.
      Only a single  TBS tag defines the block, instead of a couple of TBS tags. </p>
    <table width="300" style="border-collapse:collapse;">
      <tr>
        <td class="row-example01 text-example2">[blk2.val][blk2;block=tr]</td>
      </tr>
    </table>
    <h2>Simplified Syntax</h2>
    <p> The bloc definition is included inside a TBS field. It's much more simple to write.</p>
    <table width="300" style="border-collapse:collapse;">
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        <td class="row-example01 text-example2">[blk3.val;block=tr]</td>
      </tr>
    </table>
    <h2>On a text line</h2>
    <p>Use the symbol  &quot;_&quot; to define a block on a simple text line, independently of  HTML tags.</p>
    <pre class="text-example2">
  [blk4.val;block=_]
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    <h2>With concatenation</h2>
    <p>It's possible to define a block on several following HTML tags.
      For this, you just have to indicate the tags to concatenate by separating them with &quot;+&quot;.
      In the example below, the block is bounded by two rows.</p>
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      <tr>
        <td rowspan="2" class="row-example01 text-example2" style="background-color:#C4D9FF;">&nbsp;</td>
        <td class="row-example01 text-example2">[blk5.val;block=tr+tr]</td>
      </tr>
      <tr>
        <td align="right" class="row-example01 text-example2">[blk5.val]</td>
      </tr>
    </table>
    <h2>With encapsulation</h2>
    <p>It's possible to define a block on an HTML tag of a higher level.
      For this, you just have to set the encapsulation level using parentheses.
      In the example below, the block is bounded by the pink row.</p>
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      <tr>
        <td class="row-example02"><table width="300" style="border-collapse:collapse;">
            <tr>
              <td class="row-example01 text-example2">[blk6.val;block=((tr))]</td>
            </tr>
          </table></td>
      </tr>
    </table>
    <h2>Without Block Definition</h2>
    <p>If the block definition is omitted, then only the first record is merged.</p>
    <p>Example: <span class="text-example2">[blk7.val]</span></p>
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