Use the description environment for describing some words. Start the environment with !begin_description and finish it using !end_description.
A word that has to be described is used with the !item command inside brackets and will be displayed with bold text.
The description environment can be used inside other (description) environments.
UDO offers you the following environments: !begin_description !item [the itemize environment] for itemized lists, !item [the enumerate environment] for enumerated lists, !item [the description environment] for descriptions and !item [the xlist environment] for lists !end_description
UDO offers you the following environments:
In this example the description environment is used inside another one and the !compressed is used, too:
!begin_description !compressed !item [Item 1] of the outer description environment !item [Item 2] of the outer description environment !begin_description !item [Item 1] of the inner environment. !item [Item 2] of the inner environment. !end_description !item [Item 3] of the outer description environment !end_description
]you have to quote it with an exclamation mark to tell UDO that it has to be printed in bold text, too.
/has to follow or UDO would protect the closing bracket instead of outputting an exclamation mark.