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Enumerate not to reset counter (resuming enumerate counter) [duplicate]

I have two enumerates \documentclass[12pt]{article} \begin{document} \begin{enumerate} \item 5 + 7 = 12 \item 9 + 1 = 10 \end{enumerate} lorel ipsum, blah blah blah \begin{enumerate} \item 5 * 7 = ...
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Changing the item numbering

Similar to Numbering exceeding the 26 letter alphabet I tried to define Roman numbering. The result is OK, but LaTeX gives me a Missing number, treated as zero.-error. MWE: \documentclass{article} ...
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Shared counter between enumerate and equations

I'm currently writing some math stuff in LaTeX and I've encountered the following problem: I'd like to have "shared" counters in equations and specific lists, s.t. for example \begin{equation} a ...
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How to incorporate counter in list label [duplicate]

I want to label my enumeration like SOMETEXT01, SOMETEXT02, ..., SOMETEXT10, etc. I read through a couple of questions and know how to create a counter that adds in leading zeros. ...
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Resume option similar to enumitem package for paralist package

I would like to know if it is possible to generate a resume option similar to that in the enumitem package for the paralist package. Note that it is not possible to add something like [resume] or ...
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Numbering exceeding the 26 letter alphabet

After reading this answer http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/52604/10898 I am unable to employ the alphalph package to replace the counter in either levels. See the code below: ...
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enumitem-shortlabels: How to change the counter of items? [duplicate]

I use the enumitem package with shortlabels. \usepackage[shortlabels]{enumitem} Now I've got \begin{enumerate}[(L 1)] \item blablabla \item blablabla \end{enumerate} and it goes like ...
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How to refer to number of items in a list before the list appears in the .tex file?

I would like LaTeX to "know" how many items there are in a certain list. I want this number to be stored in a variable. In such a way I hope that this variable is sampled during the first compilation ...
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How to typeset the formatted counter in compactenum (paralist)?

I am using the compactenum environment from the paralist package, and would like to know how I can typeset the counter. What I mean is \begin{compactenum}[a)] \item I would like to typeset "a)" ...
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Reset counter after each item

How to reset the counter of equation numbering after each item in the enumerate environment?
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Combine two items in an enumerated list

Is there an easy way to combine two items in an enumerated list? For example: 1. First bullet 2-3. Second bullet 4. Third bullet My current plan involves screwing with \labelenumi and then ...
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Command to find current enum depth?

I was wondering if there was a command to find what at what depth of the enum counter (i.e. enumi, enumii, etc.) a command was at compile time. I'm attempting to create a \question command. What I ...
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Refer to customized `enumerate` counter

Background I'm typesetting a list of conditions for a certain mathematical object. There are three conditions. Later on I wish to provide an equivalent condition for the third. Therefore, it would be ...
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Infinite-depth list

I want to create a command set that allows me to do something like \nestedlist{ \listitem An item \sublist{ \listitem A sub item \listitem Another sub item } } and get An item 1.1 A ...