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 +====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 [[harlowe:​whitespace|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: ===
 +
 +<​code>​
 +0. Numbered item
 +   0. Numbered item 2
 + 0.0. Indented numbered item
 +</​code>​
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