List - Enumerations

Enumerations

  • Any enumeration of a set of items
  • A list of comma-separated values, a common way of listing in everyday life and computing
  • A mailing list
  • An electronic mailing list
  • An electoral list
  • List (abstract data type), or sequence, in computer science
  • Task lists, a list of tasks to be completed
  • Listicle, an article in list format

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