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Good point.

BTW that could be written like this:-

  [].forEach.call(document.querySelectorAll('p'), function (el) { console.log(el); });

Array.prototype.forEach didn't arrive in IE until 9, so if the point is that you can do anything that jquery can do, this won't work.

huh? Might want to check the comment I was replying to.

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