When he read the note, he started laughing.
When he read the note, he started to laugh.
After some verbs we can use a gerund or an infinitive but the meaning changes, 'forget', 'mean', 'regret', 'remember', 'stop', 'try' etc.:
I stopped to read the newspaper.
I stopped reading the newspaper.
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