I am trying to have two numbered itemizations, with a paragraph in between, 
such that the second list starts where the first left off, without having to 
manually calculate the new start point.  The following does not work, and I do 
not understand why.


\item The first item.
\item The second item
\item Item number \currentitemnumber{}, the last one.

The \type{\getnumber[mynumber]} value is \getnumber[mynumber].

And now the big finish, start at \getnumber[mynumber]:
\startitemize[n][start=\getnumber[mynumber]] % WHY DOES THIS FAIL? 
\item Picking up where we left off.

\item And all is well.
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