{curl 5.0, 6.0 applet}

|| an example in the declarative style

   {row-prototype "Name", "Description", "Cost"},
   {row-prototype "Apple", "A red fruit", "25"},
   {row-prototype "Banana", "A yellow fruit", "25"},
   {row-prototype "Orange", "A reddish-yellow fruit", "50"}

|*  Another way to comment 

This is HTML to do the same thing 

 <tr><td>Apple</td><td>A red Fruit</td><td>25</td></tr>
 <tr><td>Banana</td><td>A yellow fruit</td><td>25</td></tr>
 <tr><td>Orange</td><td>A reddish-yellow fruit</td><td>50</td>< /tr>  

This displays a table just like the declarative HTML inside the Comment.

Lines 1 - 4 are standard.

Line 5 declares a new table.

Lines 6 - 9 put the values into four rows

Line 10 ends the table.