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  1. I needed a quick and dirty approach to splitting up jQuery multiple selectors, so I could record if a selector pattern had already been used. So I came up with this "quick 'n' dirty" hack. If someone can up with better let me know. I tried to look at the sizzle source, but didn't have enough time to plough through 2000 lines of code. // Split the following multiple selectors into an array var selector = '#nav-bar-temp-1 a, #nav-bar-temp-2 a'; console.log(getSelectors(selector)); /** * Get a list of selectors (singule or multiple) * * @param {string} selector A valid jQuery
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