You’re a web designer who is new to jQuery, and you’re having trouble with the syntax of an if/else statement. You know it must be a simple problem, and before asking on the jQuery mailing list, you do your homework: you search the jQuery documentation and find nothing. Web searches for terms like jquery if else statement are n’t proving helpful either.
You also need to split an email address into two parts, separating it at the @sign. You’ve heard that there is a function to split strings, but there does n’t seem to be any information in the jQuery documentation about this either.
Is jQuery really that poorly documented?
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So, these web searches will turn up more useful results:
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