This document describes !startex?, a special !tex? format for students writing their first project report. !/abstract? !h1? The basic philosophy of !Startex? !/h1? !Startex? was designed for novice !tex? users. It employs a different notation and a different set of commands from !latex?, and the idea is that this makes it more user-friendly for these users than plain !tex? or !latex?. !p? The notation used in !startex? resembles HTML and some of the commands are the same, but the philosophy of the two is different. HTML was designed to display hypertext information on a computer screen, while !startex? is used to produce a student report on paper. !/body? It runs in non-stop mode, and attempts to recover from any errors it detects. Using named environment terminators makes this easier, so an error lik
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