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Backported wiki changes from http://docs.jquery.com/API/1.1.1/DOM/Tra…
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jzaefferer committed Feb 27, 2007
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@@ -768,12 +768,37 @@ jQuery.fn = jQuery.prototype = {
},

/**
* End the most recent 'destructive' operation, reverting the list of matched elements
* back to its previous state. After an end operation, the list of matched elements will
* revert to the last state of matched elements.
* Revert the most recent 'destructive' operation, changing the set of matched elements
* to its previous state (right before the destructive operation).
*
* If there was no destructive operation before, an empty set is returned.
*
* A 'destructive' operation is any operation that changes the set of
* matched jQuery elements. These functions are:
* These functions are:
*
* <code>add</code>
*
* <code>children</code>
*
* <code>clone</code>
*
* <code>filter</code>
*
* <code>find</code>
*
* <code>not</code>
*
* <code>next</code>
*
* <code>parent</code>
*
* <code>parents</code>
*
* <code>prev</code>
*
* <code>siblings</code>
*
* @example $("p").find("span").end();
* @before <p><span>Hello</span>, how are you?</p>
* @result [ <p>...</p> ]
@@ -924,6 +949,13 @@ jQuery.fn = jQuery.prototype = {
* of matched elements. This method is used to remove one or more
* elements from a jQuery object.
*
* Please note: the expression cannot use a reference to the
* element name. See the two examples below.
*
* This will not work: $(".res img").not("img[@src$=on]")
*
* This will: $(".res img").not("[@src$=on]"); // also could be written $(".res img:not([@src$=on])")
*
* @example $("p").not( $("div p.selected") )
* @before <div><p>Hello</p><p class="selected">Hello Again</p></div>
* @result [ <p>Hello</p> ]
@@ -952,8 +984,12 @@ jQuery.fn = jQuery.prototype = {
* to the set of matched elements.
*
* @example $("p").add("span")
* @before <p>Hello</p><span>Hello Again</span>
* @result [ <p>Hello</p>, <span>Hello Again</span> ]
* @before (HTML) <p>Hello</p><span>Hello Again</span>
* @result (jQuery object matching 2 elements) [ <p>Hello</p>, <span>Hello Again</span> ]
* @desc Compare the above result to the result of <code>$('p')</code>,
* which would just result in <code><nowiki>[ <p>Hello</p> ]</nowiki></code>.
* Using add(), matched elements of <code>$('span')</code> are simply
* added to the returned jQuery-object.
*
* @name add
* @type jQuery
@@ -1783,7 +1819,7 @@ new function() {
* Get a set of elements containing the unique parents of the matched
* set of elements.
*
* Can be filtered with an optional expressions.
* You may use an optional expression to filter the set of parent elements that will match.
*
* @example $("p").parent()
* @before <div><p>Hello</p><p>Hello</p></div>
@@ -1805,7 +1841,7 @@ new function() {
* Get a set of elements containing the unique ancestors of the matched
* set of elements (except for the root element).
*
* Can be filtered with an optional expressions.
* The matched elements can be filtered with an optional expression.
*
* @example $("span").parents()
* @before <html><body><div><p><span>Hello</span></p><span>Hello Again</span></div></body></html>
@@ -1827,9 +1863,10 @@ new function() {
* Get a set of elements containing the unique next siblings of each of the
* matched set of elements.
*
* It only returns the very next sibling, not all next siblings.
* It only returns the very next sibling for each element, not all
* next siblings.
*
* Can be filtered with an optional expressions.
* You may provide an optional expression to filter the match.
*
* @example $("p").next()
* @before <p>Hello</p><p>Hello Again</p><div><span>And Again</span></div>
@@ -1851,9 +1888,9 @@ new function() {
* Get a set of elements containing the unique previous siblings of each of the
* matched set of elements.
*
* Can be filtered with an optional expressions.
* Use an optional expression to filter the matched set.
*
* It only returns the immediately previous sibling, not all previous siblings.
* Only the immediately previous sibling is returned, not all previous siblings.
*
* @example $("p").prev()
* @before <p>Hello</p><div><span>Hello Again</span></div><p>And Again</p>
@@ -1897,7 +1934,8 @@ new function() {
* Get a set of elements containing all of the unique children of each of the
* matched set of elements.
*
* Can be filtered with an optional expressions.
* This set can be filtered with an optional expression that will cause
* only elements matching the selector to be collected.
*
* @example $("div").children()
* @before <p>Hello</p><div><span>Hello Again</span></div><p>And Again</p>

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