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jQuery select menus "empty test" vs. "undefined"

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I am having difficulties dealing with the difference between "empty text" vs. "undefined", especially with <select> menus. I just want to know if any "value" exists in the select menu, I don't care about the difference between the two. Is there some easy way to get around this other than adding more "if" conditions?

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OK, good enough. I guess there isn't any built-in Javascript way to do this. Thanks!
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