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How to capture all viewable rows in a table minus the highlighted row using jquery?

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How to capture all viewable rows in a table minus the highlighted row using jquery?
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zappafan2k2 earned 2000 total points
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Without seeing any of your markup, it will be difficult to help you.

I'll take a stab at it:
$('#tableid tr:visible').not('.highlightedClassName')....

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This assumes you have a table with id tableid and that any highlighted rows have a class called highlightedClassName
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thanks zappafan2k2
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