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#1 Ιακοβ

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Posted Yesterday, 09:11 PM

Sometimes the page number doesnt flick even after you go past a paragraph containing a paragraph marker. Can someone clear up for me once and for all how to understand this:

 

...this is [Heb., p. 703] a simple example [Heb., p. 704] with a sentence...

 

Is the prhase "a simple example" page 703, or page 704? (ie does the marker signifiy the bottom of a page, or the top of a page?

 

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#2 Steve King

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Posted Today, 03:34 AM

If you do a copy as citation you will find that the page number represents the top of the page, that is anything after that page number is on that page (until the next page number of course!).


Edited by Steve King, Today, 03:35 AM.

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