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DTD Validity

 
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Which of the following DTD Code is valid ?
a)<!ELEMENT test (#CDATA)>
b)<!ELEMENT test (#PCDATA)>
c)<!ELEMENT test (#ANY)>
d)<!ELEMENT test (this,that)*>
<!ELEMENT this(#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT that(#PCDATA)>
This question is from Mock exam (DTD) by Sanjay Mishra referred in Javaranch site. The answer says b is valid but according to me it should be b,d.
Can someone please clarify whether d shud be right option or not ?
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Nitin
There should be a 'SPACE' between 'this' and (#PCDATA) which is lacking in option d. hence it is not a valid option
 
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