Hi, Org people.

I'm not familiar with referencing in documents, so I'm not sure.  The
section "11.2 Images and Tables" in the manual says:

You can use the following lines somewhere before the table to assign a
caption and a label for cross references, and in the text you can refer
to the object with `\ref{tab:basic-data}':

     #+CAPTION: This is the caption for the next table (or link)
     #+LABEL:   tbl:basic-data
        | ... | ...|

\ref says "tab:", while #+LABEL says "tbl:".  Is that a typo?

I presume, without knowing, that these prefixes are conventional, and
they do not have a preset meaning.  I could have used "zzz:" if I felt
like it?


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