Instructions checking whether the specified string and index complete a syllable always begin with the letter S (capital S). In order for these instructions to be executed correctly, the hyphenation group must be correctly set in the Braille table with which the text is prepared. Below is a list of all available instructions.
- Sw - Whole Syllable
Returns TRUE if the index is on a whole syllable that meets the text string specified in the code. For example, if you insert braille as a text string "ba" in the Braille code, and use Sw in the conditions, then if the index is on the syllable "ba" of a word, the instruction returns TRUE. If the index is not on the syllable "ba" but on the ban, for example, the instruction returns FALSE;
- Si - Inner Syllabal
Returns if the text string is inside or forms a syllable. For example, if you use the string "ea", the condition returns TRUE for the word "beam", where "as" is inside the syllable. Returns false for the word "beautiful", which does not meet the string "as" inside a syllable.
- Su - Syllable with capital letters
If the syllable in which the index is located has one or more capital letters this condition returns TRUE.