Get class list for element with jQuery

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Is there a way in jQuery to loop through or assign to an array all of the classes that are assigned to an element?

ex.

<div class="Lorem ipsum dolor_spec sit amet">Hello World!</div>

I will be looking for a "special" class as in "dolor_spec" above. I know that I could use hasClass() but the actual class name may not necessarily be known at the time.

Jun 1, 2022 in JQuery by Edureka
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Use the jQuery attr() Method

You can simply use the attr() method to get the class list i.e. list of all the classes that are assigned to an element using jQuery. The class names are space separated.

answered Jun 1, 2022 by Edureka
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