Marker - cycle
For a type the cycle can be one-dimensional or two-dimensional, one-dimensional the vector and simple line is used for given of a type, two-dimensional the cycle is used for given of a type a matrix.

One-dimensional
The one-dimensional cycle can include the following markers:
[&mtb&] - the beginning of the top cycle (is necessary);
[&mte&] - the end of the top cycle (is necessary, if was announced [&mtb&]);
[&mwp&] - place for insert of the top cycle (if is absent, body of the top cycle will be inserted between [&mtb&] and [&mte&]);
[&m#&] - number of the current step of a cycle (should be in a body of the top cycle);
[&value#&] - value of the current element of a vector (should be in a body of the top cycle).

Two-dimensional
Markers two-dimensional of a cycle, are the markers one-dimensional, and rule concerning to a marker [&value#&] of the top cycle, are inherited to all bottom cycle:
[&stb&] - beginning of the bottom cycle;
[&ste&] - the end of the bottom cycle (is necessary, if was announced [&stb&]);
[&swp&] - place for insert of the bottom cycle (if is absent, body of the bottom cycle will be inserted between [&stb&] and [&ste&]);
[&m#&] - number of the current step of the top cycle;
[&s#&] - number of the current step of the bottom cycle;
[&value#&] - value of the current element (should be in a body of the bottom cycle).
** ATTENTION!!! the bottom cycle can be enclosed in top only once.

Markers - methods
Cause built - in in the builder of patterns methods, and depending on entrance parameters (them can and to not be), return result.

[&setnewparams: here are described of a marker - cycle, through a point &]
the function establishes specified of a marker - cycle, as parameter - analysis of a pattern,
If the pattern idle time, is possible to take advantage of the built - in parameters - analysis:
DEFPARAM= "[&mtb&], [&mte&], [&mwp&], [&stb&], [&ste&], [&swp&], #, [&m#&], [&s#&], [&value#&]"
The second set it DEFPARAM2, almost too most as in DEFPARAM, only square [ ] brackets are replaced on figured { }

[&filelines:&]
The function returns real quantity(amount) of lines in a file, works for files which were used in one-dimensional and two-dimensional cycles earlier.

[&alldata&]
Returns the links to all used in builder of patterns files (patterns and data), the link to each file looks like: <a class='myfiles' href="way to a file / file">פאיכ</a>
You can independently nominate style of a conclusion of the given block, simply describe style myfiles in the css-file or in style.

[&codetime&]
Returns time of generation of page (in micro seconds)

[&skinpath&] ט [&datapath&]
Return a way to folders established by function setpath(Directory of patterns, directory of the data).

[&autopattern: pattern< Rules of sample >,data< Rules of sample > through a point&]
The built - in builder of patterns