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    Examples of different types of lists.

    Numbered list example:

    The following is a list:
    [list=1]
    [*]List item.
    [*]This list item has 2 paragraphs.
    Just about any text (including codes) can be inserted into a list item.
    [*]And a third item.
    [/list]
    This code produces the following list:

    The following is a list:
    1. List item.
    2. This list item has 2 paragraphs.
      Just about any text (including codes) can be inserted into a list item.
    3. And a third item.

    Lettered list example:

    The following is a list:
    [list=a]
    [*]List item.
    [*]This list item has 2 paragraphs.
    Just about any text (including codes) can be inserted into a list item.
    [*]And a third item.
    [/list]
    This code produces the following list:

    The following is a list:
    • List item.
    • This list item has 2 paragraphs.
      Just about any text (including codes) can be inserted into a list item.
    • And a third item.

    Bulleted list example:

    The following is a list:
    [list]
    [*]List item.
    [*]This list item has 2 paragraphs.
    Just about any text (including codes) can be inserted into a list item.
    [*]And a third item.
    [/list]
    This code produces the following list:

    The following is a list:
    • List item.
    • This list item has 2 paragraphs.
      Just about any text (including codes) can be inserted into a list item.
    • And a third item.


    Note that the bulleted list is not indented and often you will want to use [indent] with it.

    Other enumerator examples:

    Enumeration sets supported are Arabic (1), lower case Latin (a), upper case Latin (A), lower case Roman (i) and upper case Roman (I). In each of the following lists the first item gives the
    [list]
    code used to generate it:



    • [list=A]
    • Second
    blank line

    • [list=i]
    • Second
    blank line

    • [list=I]
    • Second

    For Arabic number enumeration any number will do, for example
    [list=5]
    produces the same list. All other enumeration selections require the first value in the enumeration set.

    Nested lists:

    Lists can be put inside lists, as in the following example:
    The following is a list:
    [list=1]
    [*]List item.
    [*]This list item has a list within it.
    [list=a]
    [*]Just about any text (including codes) can be inserted into a list item,
    [*]including[indent]indented text[/indent]as here.
    [/list]
    [*]And a third item.
    [/list]
    This code produces the following list:

    The following is a list:
    1. List item.
    2. This list item has a list within it.
      • Just about any text (including codes) can be inserted into a list item,
      • including
        indented text​
        as here.
    3. And a third item.


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