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International standard "ISO 2145 defines a typographic convention for the "numbering of divisions and subdivisions in written documents". It applies to any kind of document, including manuscripts, books, journal articles, and standards.

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Description[edit]

The ISO 2145 numbering scheme is defined by the following rules:

Example[edit]

A table of contents might look like:

0 Foreword
1 Introduction
2 Methodology
2.1 Counting techniques
2.1.1 Manual procedures
2.1.1.1  Counting apples
2.1.1.2 Counting oranges
2.1.2 Automatic methods
2.2 Quality control
3 Results
4 Related work
4.1 Bean counting
4.2 Sheep counting
5 Conclusions

Citations[edit]

Division and subdivision numbers are cited in written text as in:

In spoken language, the full stops are omitted:

Support in word processing software[edit]

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