Command/setupheadnumber

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\setupheadnumber

Syntax

\setupheadnumber[...][...]
[...] section
[...] number +number -number


Description

Allows manipulation of the current heading counters. The first argument determines which heading is to be changed, e.g. section, chapter. The second argument takes an integer; if unsigned, the section number will be set to this value. Nota bene: with the next call to the heading the number will be incremented again. Thus, in order for the next heading to carry a specific number n it would be necessary to set its number to n-1.

If the second argument is signed, the heading’s number will be increased or decreased by the specified amount instead.

Example

\starttext
\section{First}

\setupheadnumber[section][+4]
\section{Second?}

\setupheadnumber[section][-5]
\section{Second!}

\setupheadnumber[section][41]
\section{Forty-second}
\stoptext

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