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<p>Ordered lists can be very simple.</p>

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<li>Item 1</li>
<li>Item 2</li>
<li>Item 3</li>
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<p>Ordered lists can have a variety of types.</p>

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<li type="a">Lowercase letters</li>
<li type="A">Uppercase letters</li>
<li type="i">Lowercase Roman numerals</li>
<li type="I">Uppercase Roman numerals</li>
<li type="1">Arabic numerals</li>
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<p>Ordered lists can start at different values and with different types.</p>

<ol start="10" type="a">
<li>This should be j</li>
<li value="3">This should be c
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<li>Lists can nest
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<li>Nesting depth is unlimited</li>
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