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A list is commonly used for storing multiline descriptions and anything else that might need a home for a large block of text. You can create a list using lsedit.
While not particularly important to know, it can be useful to know that at the core a list is just bunch of numbered props in a propdir.
lsedit me=example < Welcome to the list editor. You can get help by entering '.h' > < '.end' will exit and save the list. '.abort' will abort any changes. > < To save changes to the list, and continue editing, use '.save' > < Insert at line 7 > .l this is an example list pretty simple huh? < listed 6 lines starting at line 1 > .abort < Edit aborted. > < list not saved. > ex me=example#/ str /example#/1:this str /example#/2:is str /example#/3:an str /example#/4:example str /example#/5:list str /example#/6:pretty simple huh? 6 properties listed.