To extend the functionality of a jQuery traversing ancestor, we can use a function like .find(selector) to retrieve the first element that matches the selector. This is useful when you want to find elements that are descendants of an element.
The jQuery ancestor selector can be used in conjunction with other jQuery methods, such as filter(), and each().
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