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JavaScript Introduction to jQuery Hello, jQuery! Setting Up jQuery

Vic Mercier
Vic Mercier
3,276 Points

I don't understand what that means.

If you choose to download jQuery, choosing the uncompressed version of the library

will //allow you to read the JavaScript It's made of.//I don't understand this part

1 Answer

Keith Kelly
Keith Kelly
21,326 Points

The uncompressed version has line breaks and allows you to be able to read the code like you would any normal file. The compressed (sometimes called "minified") version of the code has no line breaks and the entire code base is jammed onto a single line.