jQuery shorthand for the document ready wrapper function

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If you use jQuery you know that, if you want the DOM to be ready before firing a jQuery/javascript function, you need to wrap your code in the "document ready" function like this:

 
$(document).ready(function() {
  //some js code
});
 

If you prefer, you can use a shorthand:

 
$(function() {
  //some js code
});
 

Enjoy!

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