ordered list

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ordered list

[′ȯrd·ərd ′list]
(computer science)
A set of data items that has been arranged in a specified sequence to aid in processing its contents.
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In honor of the return of the show, here is a completely objective, inarguable, unordered list of the five best episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Links provided in narrative paragraphs tend to trigger a usability error for mobile devices, which could be addressed by selective formatting to include the HTML formatting to present them as an unordered list.
It displays the header in an H1 tag, creates an unordered list of staff members, lists the contact details, and links the users' names as a mailto: link.
This would be text if the element is a paragraph, for example, but it may also be html text like the list items in an unordered list.
It would also be helpful to change the ordered list to an unordered list for the menu design.
Looking at the illustrations, called up from an unordered list, was an enjoyable but random exercise.
Why do some searches yield an unordered list of results, most of which are not necessarily relevant to the information you seek, while others seemingly read your mind and provide just the tidbits of information you're looking for.
There are also unordered lists in which one has jotted down items as they have occurred to one (the shopping list) or lists where the order is determined by accidental external circumstances (the agenda of a meeting, where topics may have been arranged to meet the schedules of various parties who have to leave early or who are coming late from other engagements).
Most available indexing vocabularies consist of flat, unordered lists of terms.
The former employs unordered lists, while the latter uses ordered lists.
Such ostensibly unordered lists appear throughout Chaucer's poetry, and The Parliament of Fowls contains what is perhaps the most famous of these, the catalogue of trees later imitated by Spenser (The Faerie Queene 1.
Ordered and unordered lists should generally be preceded and followed by paragraph tags so that blank space will appear above, below, and to the left of the list.