Correct – the only purpose a doctype serves is to trigger “standards mode” (i.e., “not quirks mode”). *Any* doctype that starts with `< !doctype html `... will do that in all major browsers. Browsers don't even care what comes after.
(In fact, that’s how the html5 doctype was decided upon – it’s the minimum markup required to trigger standards mode.)
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