$tablebegins a new table. A new row and new column are automatically stated at the beginning of every table.
$cnextmarks the end of the current column and the beginning of the next column.
$rnextmarks the end of the current column, the end of the current row, the beginning of the next row, and the beginning of the next column.
$tendmarks the end of the current column, the end of the current row, and the end of the current table. The current table corresponds to the previous
$tablecommand in the OMhelp input stream. (Note that
$tendis used instead of
$$to terminate a table).
results in the output$table 1 $cnext 2 $cnext 3 $rnext 4 $cnext 5 $cnext 6 $tend
results in output$table $table 1 $rnext 2 $rnext 3 $tend $cnext $table 4 $rnext 5 $rnext 6 $tend $tend
top. You can use the align command to change this alignment.
cnextcommand used to be called
rnextcommand used to be called
rend. In order to not have to change existing OMhelp input files, the older versions of these commands still work.