1.5. Lists

1.5.1. Enumerated / Ordered

Orderderd lists start with any of:

#.
#)

To use roman numerals in lists, start list with any of:

i.
i)
I.
I)

For alphabets, start list with any of:

a.
a)
A.
A)

For subsequent entries, use #. or #) as appropriate.

An example of an enumerated/ordered list

This is how we write in reStructuredText

#. 2012
    a) January
    #) February
        i. Monday
        #. Tuesday
    #) March
    #) April
    #) May
#. 2013

The reStructuredText text shown above is represented as shown below...

  1. 2012
    1. January

    2. February
      1. Monday
      2. Tuesday
    3. March

    4. April

    5. May

  2. 2013

1.5.2. Bulleted / Un-Ordered

Unordered lists start with any of:

*
+
-

An example of an bulleted/un-ordered list

This is how we write in reStructuredText

* 2012 / January
    + Monday
        - 10:00 : breakfast
        - 13:00 : Lunch
* 2012 / February
    + Tuesday
        - 10:45 : late breakfast
        - 15:00 : very late lunch

The reStructuredText text shown above is represented as shown below...

  • 2012 / January
    • Monday
      • 10:00 : breakfast
      • 13:00 : Lunch
  • 2012 / February
    • Tuesday
      • 10:45 : late breakfast
      • 15:00 : very late lunch


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