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SectionerSeparatorsN parameter specifies the fixed strings or regular expressions that the
Sectioner import task uses to identify a suitable location in the content for inserting a section break. For example, you might prefer to split content on paragraph breaks "
%0A%0A". If there was a large amount of content without paragraph breaks, the
Sectioner import task would revert to splitting on punctuation.
A separator string can be specified as a fixed string or as a regular expression. A separator is treated as a regular expression if it begins with an open parenthesis “(“ and ends with closed parenthesis “)”. Fixed strings and regular expressions specified in the configuration are URL unescaped before use; this allows you to specify multi-byte and special characters.
SectionerSeparatorsN is a comma-separated list of possibly URL escaped separators. Separators in an earlier
SectionSeparators list have priority over those later. Separators towards the left of a comma-separated list have priority over those toward the right.
Backslashes in a regular expression must appear in the configuration as “
\\”. Commas in separators must be URL escaped as “
%2C” or escaped as “
2 are set by default if none are specified in the configuration. If any
SectionerSeparators are specified in the configuration, the defaults do not apply.
|Configuration Section:||The configured section or Sectioning|