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I'm trying to search all checkboxes checked in a certain div.  Unfortunately what's below only pulls out the checkboxes that have checked set in the markup, as opposed to what has since been checked (or unchecked) manually.  Is it possible to make this more dynamic, or is this just the nature of CSS Selectors.

var f = $$('div#cbDiv input[type="checkbox"][checked=checked]');
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this is untested...


var f = $$('div#cbDiv input[type="checkbox"]').reject(function (el) {return !(el.checked)});

should return an array of checkboxes inside the div#cbDiv that are checked
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Perfect.
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