In computer programming, whitespace is any character or series of characters that represent horizontal or vertical space in typography. When rendered, a whitespace character does not correspond to a visible mark, but typically does occupy an area on a page. For example, the common whitespace symbol U+0020 SPACE (also ASCII 32) represents a blank space punctuation character in text, used as a word divider in Western scripts.
How does it work? It works by using pattern matching via regular expressions (regex). The list of regexes used by wink-tokenizer can be seen in detail at https://winkjs.org/wink-tokenizer/Tokenizer.html#defineConfig. In summary, it will parse the following by default: