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honey the codewitch29-Jul-21 2:44
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englebart29-Jul-21 11:10
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It sounds like you are leaning toward a hard break at the display margin.

Instead of using a hyphen, how about another pair of symbols?

I am thinking of the proof readers notation when two words are supposed to be joined. It is like a subscripted “u” that connects the words. Draw half of it on the break, and the other half on the continuation. Or use an ellipsis at both the break and the continuation.

Or just a random hyphen. Don’t worry about being correct for a word like that.
It will likely never happen.

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