# [NTG-context] How to make an in-text list without periods

Joel uaru99 at yahoo.com
Sun Jan 23 21:05:50 CET 2022

I am trying to create an in-text list, with parenthesis, but without the period.

If I use this \startitemize[text, n], I get an in-text list, but there are periods:

There are many kinds of animals at the children's zoo: (1.) rabbits, (2.) pigs, (3.) sheep, and (4.) dogs.
Strangely when I use \startitemize[text, n, stopper=], which I hoped would make the period go away, I just get a regular bulleted list, it seems to ignore the 'text' command.

How can I achieve this output (below)?

There are many kinds of animals at the children's zoo: (1) rabbits, (2) pigs, (3) sheep, and (4) dogs.

--Joel

Minimum working example:

\starttext
There are many kinds of animals at the children's zoo:
\startitemize[text, n, stopper=]
\item rabbits,
\item pigs,
\item sheep,
and
\item dogs.
\stopitemize
\stoptext
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