I'm afraid this is fairly obvious and has been asked many times, but I could not find the answer. I am having trouble getting an ampersand in a displayed formula in ConTeXt. I tried the obvious
\&, and it seems fine outside math, i.e. this works:
\starttext $\Pr$ (A \& B) \stoptext
but this does not:
\starttext \startformula \Pr (A \& B) \stopformula \stoptext
(and using an unescaped '&' fails as well, unsurprisingly). Of course I could use
\wedge or the word "and", but if at all possible I'd rather use an ampersand.