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The line breaking rules in East Asian languages specify how to wrap East Asian Language text such as Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. Certain characters in those languages should not come at the end of a line, certain characters should not come at the start of a line, and some characters should never be split up across two lines. For example, periods and closing parenthesesare not allowed to start a line. Many word processing and desktop publishing software products have built-in features to control line breaking rules in those languages. Line breaking rules in Chinese text Line breaking rules for Chinese language have been described in the reference of Office Open XML, Ecma standard.There are rules about certain characters that are not allowed to start or end a line, such as below. Simplified Chinese Characters that are not allowed at the start of a line :!%),.:;?]}¢°·'""†‡›℃∶、。〃〆〕〗〞﹚﹜！＂％＇），．：；？！］｝～ Characters that are not allowed at the end of a line :$(£¥·'"〈《「『【〔〖〝﹙﹛＄（．［｛￡￥ wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Line_breaking_rules_in_East_Asian_languages Line breaking rules in East Asian (CJK) text.afpub