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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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