katakana, over 48
Test passes if the numbering in the two columns is the same.
Assertion: Setting list-style-type to katakana will cause list numbering to format numbers past the end of the katakana alphabet as described in the CSS3 Lists module.
CSS2.1 CR specifies a katakana value for the list-style-type property, but does not specify in any detail the mechanism for implementing it. Expectations for behavior in these tests are based on the rules specified in the version of the CSS3 Lists module current at the time this test was last updated.
The test uses the start attribute to reduce the size of the list. This attribute is deprecated or unavailable in some formats, causing the test page not to validate, but appears to be supported in major browsers anyway (and will be reinstated in HTML5).