I wish to insert a bullet list inside \texttt{} as part of the original reproduction. Is there a way to do this? When the list is copied directly from the original text, the rendering inside \texttt{} converts it to what I presume is an ASCII or Unicode conversion. A MWE is given below. In the MWE, I wish to replace the <bullet> with a suitable syntax to emulate the bullet point from the reproduced text.


<bullet> item 1
<bullet> item 2


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    I would imagine it suffices to use \ttfamily \begin{itemize} \item ... \item ... \end{itemize} instead. – Werner Jan 30 '16 at 9:03

Here's another enumitem approach, but automatic switching to \ttfamily using before={\ttfamily}.



  \item This is in typewriter font
  \item This is in typewriter font again
  \item \itshape\textrm{This is explicitly written in another font}
  \item And typewriter again, but with italics

And this is in normal font


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something like this :


\item item1
\item item2

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  • There are not usefull, sorry it is my base tex file. – flav Jan 30 '16 at 10:53

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