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Commands Used to Display Lists of Items

Syntax
$list marker$$lnext lend  See Also table , pre Description These commands are used to enumerate a list of items. The list command begins a new list. The lnext command marks the end of one item and the beginning of another. The lend command marks the end of the current list. Any combination of text other commands and text can be placed between these commands. Marker The marker argument in the list command specifies the type of marker used to label each entry in the list. It must be one of the following values  Value Description disk a disk circle a circle square a square number arabic numbers alpha lower case alphabetic characters Alpha upper case alphabetic characters roman lower case roman numerals Roman upper case roman numerals Example The input  list number$$ One$lnext $italic Two$$lnext code Three$$$lend  results in the list
1. One
2. Two
3. Three
You can nest one list list within another: For example,  $list Roman$$One list number$$ first$lnext second $lnext third$list square$$some lnext list lnext entries lend lend lnext italic Two$$ $lnext$code Three \$lend  results in the list
1. One
1. first
2. second
3. third
• some
• list
• entries
2. Two
3. Three

Reference
The list begins with a list command and extends until the corresponding lend command. The lnext command can only occur inside of a list.
Input File: list.omh