[OS X TeX] Referring to custom labels in enumerate environments

Charilaos Skiadas cskiadas at iwu.edu
Sat May 6 23:34:13 EDT 2006

I want to do the following, and I am wondering what the most elegant  
way is:

I have one particular enumerate environment, whose items I want to  
number as:

etc. I used the enumerate package for this, and have currently  
something like:

\item ...\label{T1}
\item ...\label{T2}
\item ...\label{T3}

Now, I want to use \eqref{T2} or \ref{T2}, or some other reference  
tool, to get as an answer "T2", without the quotes of course, and  
without the dot that appears in the item label. As it stands, these  
produce "(2)" and "2" respectively. In the LaTeX Companion I found a  
way to achieve this by redefining \labelenumi and using the varioref  
package and \labelformat to set the format for all enumi's, but I  
really only want to target this particular enumerate environment.  
There are probably a number of ways to deal with this, but I am  
looking for an elegant one. For now I will just go with "T\ref{T2}",  
or even possibly T2, since I am not going to rearrange things too  
much anyway, nor will I use the ref more than 3 times. So it is more  
of an academic question, to which I'd like to know the answer. What  
is the _best_ solution to this?

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