The enumerate environment is useful for lists where the items have to be enumerated with numbers or letters. It is started with !begin_enumerate and finished with !end_enumerate. Each item has to be marked with !item.
You can use the itemize environment inside other environments or inside another itemize environment.
This short example shows how to write a simple itemize environment:
UDO offers you the following environments: !begin_enumerate !item itemize environment !item enumerate environment (discussed in this section) !item description environment !item xlist environment !end_enumerate
UDO offers you the following environments:
In the following example the enumerate environment is used twice and it will be compressed because of the usage of !compressed:
!begin_enumerate !compressed !item This is the first item of the outer enumerate environment. !item This is the second item of the outer enumerate environment. !begin_enumerate !item Item 1 of the inner environment. !item Item 2 of the inner environment. !end_enumerate !item This is the third item of the outer enumerate environment. !end_enumerate
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