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<ul> <li onclick="alert('hi1');" id="li1">1</li> <li onclick="alert('hi12);" id="li2">2</li> <li onclick="alert('hi3');" id="li3">3</li> </ul>
<div> <div id="div1">1</div> <div id="div2">2</div> <div id="div3">3</div> </div>
var myFunction = $('#li1').Click; $('#div1').click(myFunction);
$('#div1').Click = $('#li1').click();
However from what I've read the clone cannot be used to copy handlers between events (eg list items and divs).
$('#div1') = $('#li1').clone( true )
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