Re: <!ELEMENT element-name (ANY)> in DTD
> <!ELEMENT element-name (ANY)>. >The keyword ANY declares an element with any content. But that's not the keyword ANY. That's the name of an element which happens to be ANY. You want: <!ELEMENT element-name ANY> without the parentheses. Also note that you still have to declare the elements that appear inside <element-name>. -- Richard
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