The Break flag (|) tells DSR where it may break a word that occurs at the end of a line. You might want DSR to be able to break a word after a slash (/) or a hyphen (-) that is part of the word (for example, "a yes/no response"). The Break flag allows a line to end where the flag occurs; no hyphen is ever inserted because of it. If the flag is turned on and inserted at break points, DSR is able to break the word at any of the specified points. If more than one Break flag is present in a word that DSR is breaking at the end of a line, DSR leaves as much of the word as possible on the line; that is, it breaks the word at the last possible Break flag. The Break flag works the same whether .JUSTIFY or .NO JUSTIFY is in effect.
1 – Default
Recognition is turned off. To turn on recognition, you must use the .FLAGS BREAK command.