# [NTG-context] Headings vs. enumerations

Clyde Johnston context at couthies.com
Thu Jan 31 21:07:28 CET 2019

I have a document that contains a numbered enumeration that spans 107 pages
- it's a legal document where \items are clauses.  I would like to put level
one of the enumeration in a table of contents.

I have read the available documentation but I am not clear whether I should
make level one headers, whether I can utilise the \starthead in
\startitemize or whether I can create a list from the level one headings to
create the table of contents.

How is best to tackle this problem?

Thanks,

Clyde

MWE #1:

\starttext

\placecontent[alternative=c]

\startitemize[n,repeat]

\starthead{A heading}\stophead

\startitemize[n,repeat,2*broad]

\starthead{A sub-heading}\stophead

\startitemize[n,repeat,3*broad]

\item \input knuth

\stopitemize

\stopitemize

\stoptext

MWE #2:

\starttext

\placecontent[alternative=c]

\chapter{A heading}

\startitemize[n,repeat,2*broad]

\starthead{A sub-heading}\stophead

\startitemize[n,repeat,3*broad]

\item \input knuth

\stopitemize

\stopitemize

\stoptext

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