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html correctness link blank or pound sign

What's more correct, an empty string link or a pound?
For example for anchor tags <a href=""></a>
Or if I were to reference a style sheet, basically anywhere in the html document where a link should be, if I want to remove all these links is it better to make it a pound or blank?
If you need more details i'm basically canning them and need to remove all external dependencies.
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jonahzonaCommented:
I would go with #.

Even if it is only a separator, a # sign is commonly used through out HTML markup, specifically in reference to Javascript calls.

I use the # sign as an interim link for most projects.

Does anyone have a better thought/insight?
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jonahzonaCommented:
By separator I meant to keep your quotations away from one another and making your code look seriously hard to look at.
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