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Chaining in jQuery

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Chaining in jQuery let’s you write code that is faster to execute, easier to read, and easier to maintain. Even if you haven’t heard of chaining, if you’ve worked with jQuery it’s likely that you’ve already seen jQuery code utilizing chaining.

So what does it look like? Let’s compare two snippets of code—they accomplish the exact same thing, but one uses chaining, and the other one doesn’t:

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