How to Clone an Object in JQuery ?

Published on June 7, 2015 by abundantcode

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If you are looking at cloning an object in JQuery , you can do that using the jQuery’s extend method . You can perform the shallow copy or deep copy by setting the parameters.

Below is a sample code snippet demonstrating how to clone an object in JQuery

How to Clone an Object in JQuery ?

var ClonedObject = jQuery.extend({}, ObjectToBeCloned);

The above method performs the shallow copy .

You can set the first parameter of the extend to true to make it a deep copy.

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