15.4 Print Signs of Omission [I.5.b, I.7.a]

In Lesson Two we learned that when print uses a long line to indicate a missing word or missing letters within a word, in braille the double dash is used. If hyphens are used in print to indicate missing letters in a word, an equal number of hyphens are brailled. When missing letters are indicated by dots, braille an equal number of unspaced braille dots (dot 3). Examples:

Roger B----- Roger B. . . . .