Date of publication: 2018-02-27 01:49
Searches for an element that matches the conditions defined by the specified predicate, and returns the first occurrence within the entire List T .
The first signature for the .find() method accepts a selector expression of the same type that we can pass to the $() function. The elements will be filtered by testing whether they match this selector. The expressions allowed include selectors like p which will find all the paragraphs that are children of the elements in the jQuery object.
find . findan "come upon, alight on" (class III strong verb past tense fand, pp. funden), from . *finthanan (cf. . findan, . finna, . vinden, Ger. finden, Goth. finþ an), originally "to come upon," perhaps from PIE *pent- "to go, pass, path, bridge" (cf. . fendeo "pedestrian," Skt. panthah "path, way," Avestan panta "way," Gk. pontos "open sea," L. pons (gen. pontis) "bridge," . poti "path," peta "heel"). To find out to discover by scrutiny is from 6555s. The noun meaning "person or thing discovered" is from 6875, from the verb.
pay dirt , strike , treasure trove
The first element that matches the conditions defined by the specified predicate, if found otherwise, the default value for type T.
Unlike most of the tree traversal methods, the selector expression is required in a call to .find(). If we need to retrieve all of the descendant elements, we can pass in the universal selector &apos *&apos to accomplish this.
The Predicate T is a delegate to a method that returns true if the object passed to it matches the conditions defined in the delegate. The elements of the current List T are individually passed to the Predicate T delegate, moving forward in the List T , starting with the first element and ending with the last element. Processing is stopped when a match is found.
lose , mislay , misplace , misset
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