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Latest revision as of 13:45, 18 November 2019

\startenumeration

Syntax (autogenerated)

\startenumeration[...=...,...] ... \stopenumeration
generated by \defineenumeration


\startenumeration[...,...]{...} ... \stopenumeration
generated by \defineenumeration


Syntax

\startenumeration ... \stopenumeration

Description

Multi-paragraph numbered objects, previously defined using \defineenumeration. See \defineenumeration for more elaborate info.

Example

\setupwhitespace[big]
\defineenumeration[theorem][text=Theorem, location=left]
% In mkiv we would write `alternative=left`.

\starttheorem
This theorem has multiple paragraphs.

We can prove this by counting them: we count more than one paragraph, quod erat demonstrandum.
\stoptheorem

\tex{theorem} can not contain multiple paragraphs:

\theorem
This theorem has multiple paragraphs.

We can prove this by counting them: we count more than one paragraph, quod erat demonstrandum.

This gives:

See also

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