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moreenum – More enumeration options

The pack­age pro­vides the fol­low­ing new enu­mer­ate styles:

  • \greek for low­er­case Greek let­ters;
  • \Greek for up­per­case Greek let­ters;
  • \enumHex for up­per­case hex­adec­i­mal enu­mer­a­tion;
  • \enumhex for low­er­case hex­adec­i­mal enu­mer­a­tion;
  • \enumbi­nary for bi­nary enu­mer­a­tion;
  • \enu­moc­tal for oc­tal enu­mer­a­tion;
  • \lev­el­nth for “1st”, “2nd”, “3rd” etc., with the “nth”s on the base­line;
  • raisenth for “1st”, “2nd”, “3rd” etc., with the “nth”s raised;
  • \nth­words for “first”, “sec­ond“, “third” etc.;
  • \Nth­words for “First”, “Se­cond”, “Third” etc.;
  • \NTHWORDS for “FIRST”, “SECOND”, “THIRD” etc.;
  • \nwords for “one”, “two”, “three” etc.;
  • \Nwords for “One”, “Two”, “Three” etc.; and
  • \NWORDS for “ONE”, “TWO”, “THREE” etc.

Each of these works with en­u­mitem’s “starred vari­ant” fea­ture. So \be­gin{enu­mer­ate}[la­bel=\enumhex*] will out­put a hex enu­mer­ated list. En­u­mitem pro­vides a start=0 op­tion for start­ing your enu­mer­a­tions at 0.

The pack­age re­quires ams­math, al­phalph, en­u­mitem (of course), bin­hex and nth, all of which are widely avail­able.

Li­censesThe Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Main­tainerSea­mus Bradley
Con­tained inTeX Live as moreenum
MiKTeX as moreenum
List enu­mumer­ate

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