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The toArray() and makeArray() methods
The toArray() method
var arrayOfNames = $("ul#toArrayTest li").toArray();
for(var i = 0; i < arrayOfNames.length; i++)
$("ul#toArrayTest").append("<li>" + arrayOfNames[i].innerText + "</li>");
As you can see, once we have the arrayOfNames, we call the reverse() method on it. Then we loop through it and append each name to the source list, but this time in the reverse order. All of this is basically just to show you how easy it is to use the toArray() method!
The makeArray() method
<li class="testItem">John Doe</li>
<li class="testItem">Jane Doe</li>
<li class="testItem">Joe Doe</li>
var arrayOfItems = $.makeArray(document.getElementsByClassName("testItem"));
for(var i = 0; i < arrayOfItems.length; i++)
$("ul#makeArrayTest").append("<li>" + arrayOfItems[i].innerText + "</li>");