What is <!DOCTYPE> used for in HTML?
The <!DOCTYPE> declaration tells the browser what version of (X)HTML is being used so it will know how to display the page. The declaration may also provide a link to a text file (i.e., the loose DTD) which the browser uses to obtain further information.

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