You want to use the shortcut $ alias instead of typing the global name space name (jQuery) without fear of global conflicts.
The solution here is to create an anonymous self-invoking function that we pass the jQuery object to and then use the $ character as a parameter pointer to the jQuery object.
For example, all jQuery code could be encapsulated inside the following self-invoking function:
Essentially, what is going on here is that we have passed the global reference to jQuery to a function that creates a private scope. Had we not done this and chosen to use the short hand $ alias in the global scope, we would be taking a risk by assuming that no other scripts included in the HTML document (or scripts included in the future) use the $ character. Why risk it when you can just create your own private scope?
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