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I see that you can create an ordered list using Markdown notation like the following.
1. line 1 2. line 2 3. line 3 ... N. line N
The Markdown content supports starting each line with any arbitrary number and reorders the list starting with 1. I'd like to start an ordered list with zero. My use case for zero would be in describing capture groups from regular expressions where group zero always returns the entire string. So I'd like to display something like this:
# Groups 0. Entire string 1. The first capture group you were looking for 2. The second capture group 3. The third group with the string I heart Kittens
Markdown instead reorders the group and forces the ordered list to start at 1:
Trying to force the issue with inline HTML:
<ol start="0"> or
<ol><li value="0">entire string</li></ol> doesn't work either. Any ideas on how I can create ordered list starting with zero?
If it's not possible to do so, then this is a feature-request.