< enumerate >

The < enumerate > element is an automatically generated description of the choices available for the user. It specifies a template that is applied to each choice in the order they appear in the < menu > element, or in the < field > element that contains < option > elements.

<enumerate>
child elements
</enumerate>

If <enumerate> is used with no content, it lists all choices. You can customize the content using the two anonymous variables that are available within the scope of the <enumerate> element: * _prompt – the prompt for the current choice. * _dtmf – the assigned DTMF sequence for the current choice.

<audio>, <catch>, <error>, <field>, <filled>, <help>, <if>, <menu>, <noinput>, <nomatch>, <prompt>
<audio>, <value>, Speech Markup (SSML)
None.
The dtmf attributes in the <choice> tags must be specified.
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<vxml version="2.0" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/vxml">
 <menu dtmf="true">
  <prompt>
   Welcome home.
   <enumerate>
    For <value expr="_prompt"/>, press <value expr="_dtmf"/>.
   </enumerate>
  </prompt>
  <choice dtmf="1" next="http://www.example.com/vxml/sports.vxml">
   sports
  </choice>
  <choice dtmf="2" next="http://www.example.com/weather.vxml">
   weather
  </choice>
  <choice dtmf="3" next="http://www.example.com/news.vxml">
   news
  </choice>
 </menu>
</vxml>