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Separator Tokens (deprecated)

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The use of this token is deprecated; you should use holidays response tokens instead.

 


 

Separator tokens are tokens that are used to display some separating text (such as a hyphen "-") under certain conditions. These tokens are a general, more powerful case of the filler tokens, and are mainly used to separate holidays from different lists, or saints/namedays and holidays.

 

The general syntax of the separator tokens is:

 

[sep:LEFT-RIGHT:SEPARATOR]

 

The comparisons that are possible, the corresponding allowed values for the LEFT and RIGHT markers, and sample usage, are:

 

LEFT

RIGHT

Example

Description

a-e-i-o-u

a-e-i-o-u

[1sep:a-e: - ]

Display a space, a hyphen and a space, if there are both an a-Holiday and an e-Holiday on day 1.

Two letters from the list a-e-i-o-u

the letters st

followed by one of a-e-i-o-u

[1sep:ae-ste: - ]

Display a space, a hyphen and a space, if there are both an a-Holiday and an e-Holiday, and a saint/nameday from list e, on day 1.

 

The above are the comparisons that are currently (November 2019) defined, based on previous users' requests. If you need additional possibilities, please contact us.

 

See also: [ifhol] holidays response and moving the position of the week number based on other events.