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How to improve maintenance of starred/non starred versions of commands or environments

All documentations I've read about starred/non starred versions of commands recommend more or less the following way of doing (following for instance the UK List of TeX FAQ): ...
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1answer
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How to make star Exercise and its environment answer?

At here How to make an environment star Exercise?, I posted make star Exercise. How to make star Exercise and its environmet answer? Example, with Exercise 1.1, we have Answer 1.1, with Exercise ...
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What is the difference between \newenvironment and \newenvironment*?

I vaguely seem to recall reading that \newenvironment* gives better spacing than \newenvironment, but I don't recall any details and I can't seem to find a reference by searching. What is the ...
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How to make an environment star Exercise?

I want to create an environment star Exercise, but I can not. Please help me. \documentclass{book} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{amsmath} ...
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How to define a starred version of an environment in LaTeX

I am interested in defining a new environment in LaTeX that has a starred version. How is this done?
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1answer
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Redefining the amsmath equation* environment

For the background to this, see my previous question I've been trying to make changes in my LaTeX document so that math displays in black and text in red. Thanks to Stefan Kottwitz and Torbjørn T. ...
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Do all starred commands have anything in common?

\section* produces an unnumbered section, align* makes the environment unnumbered, which is comparable in a way. \newcommand* doesn't accept \par in its argument, which is different. Stefan Kottwitz ...
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Starred equivalent in newenvironment

Let's say I want to use the align-environment in a newenvironment like this: \newenvironment{mequation}{\align}{\endalign} This works fine. However, what if I want to use the starred version of ...