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Adam Parish27,797 Points
jqHR vs jqXHR??
I was doing the code challenges after this and found that I had to use jqHR to get it too pass. Why is this? Updated?
Gerson Koenig8,061 Points
these will both work:
but the following won't:
Ira Bradley12,976 Points
This wasn't the case for me. In the AJAX documentation I can't find any reference to jqHR.
because though jqXHR is an object, jqHR is a name that you can give that object. Analogous to how there is a human, so it's not wrong to refer to it as a human, but then you can also name it Jack.