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Improved docs for $.merge, clearly stating that the first argument is…

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jzaefferer committed Jan 17, 2007
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  1. +7 −6 src/jquery/jquery.js
@@ -1556,21 +1556,22 @@ jQuery.extend({
/**
* Merge two arrays together, removing all duplicates.
*
* The new array is: All the results from the first array, followed
* by the unique results from the second array.
* The result is the altered first argument with
* the unique elements from the second array added.
*
* @example $.merge( [0,1,2], [2,3,4] )
* @result [0,1,2,3,4]
* @desc Merges two arrays, removing the duplicate 2
*
* @example $.merge( [3,2,1], [4,3,2] )
* @result [3,2,1,4]
* @example var array = [3,2,1];
* $.merge( array, [4,3,2] )
* @result array == [3,2,1,4]
* @desc Merges two arrays, removing the duplicates 3 and 2
*
* @name $.merge
* @type Array
* @param Array first The first array to merge.
* @param Array second The second array to merge.
* @param Array first The first array to merge, the unique elements of second added.
* @param Array second The second array to merge into the first, unalterd.
* @cat JavaScript
*/
merge: function(first, second) {

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