Consider the following :
\starttable[|c|c|] \NC a \NC b \NC\SR \stoptable
It won't compile if I switch to
\startTABLE. On the other hand, the following won't compile if I switch to
\startTABLE \NC a \NC b \NC\NR \stopTABLE
(it will compile if I replace only
\starttable needs arguments and
\startTABLE doesn't understand
\SR. Also, there are noticeable differences between the displayed results.
Is this expected ? If so, most web search engines not being case sensitive, are difference between
\startTABLE documented somewhere ?