Numbered list

You can create numbered lists in your text, which are similar to bulleted lists, but feature numbers in place of bullets. Simply begin single lines with 0., followed by whitespace, followed by the list item text. Consecutive items will be joined into a single list, with appropriate vertical spacing. Each of the 0.s will be replaced with a number corresponding to the item's position in the list.

Remember that there must be whitespace between the 0. and the list item text! Otherwise, it will be regarded as a plain number.

If you use multiple 0. tokens (0.0., 0.0.0. etc.) for the bullet, you will make a nested list, which uses different numbering from outer lists, and are indented deeper. Use nested lists for “children” of normal list items.

Example usage:

0. Numbered item
   0. Numbered item 2
 0.0. Indented numbered item