jquery .each()

The .each() method is designed to make DOM looping constructs concise and less error-prone. When called it iterates over the DOM elements that are part of the jQuery object. Each time the callback runs, it is passed the current loop iteration, beginning from 0. More importantly, the callback is fired in the context of the current DOM element, so the keyword thisrefers to the element.

Suppose you have a simple unordered list on the page:

<ul>
<li>foo</li>
<li>bar</li>
</ul>

You can select the list items and iterate across them:,

$( "li" ).each(function( index ) {
console.log( index + ": " + $( this ).text() );
});
A message is thus logged for each item in the list:

0: foo
1: bar

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