jquery loop through ids in a div and show names in another div

Hi I have a div and want to loop through each inner ID and then append the Id to another div using jquery.

well actually its a svg image but if you know how to do it with div I know it would work on a svg.
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RobOwner (Aidellio)Commented:

	var ids = [];

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RobOwner (Aidellio)Commented:
this puts the result in another div: http://jsbin.com/fepil/2/edit

is this what you want?
Test page : http://jsfiddle.net/Lmqhpjn8/
$("#mainDivOrSVG").find("[id]").each(function() {
   $("#myAnotherDIV").append( this );     

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taz8020Author Commented:
how would I clear all the elements first, this is what I had

I use this to remove all elements in the id first
var svginsert = document.getElementById('svginsert');
                if ($('#svginsert').length > 0) {
                    while (svginsert.firstChild) {

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then I was trying this to add them back in once changed
$('#svgwithIDs').each(function () {
                            svginsert.appendChild('<use xlink:href="#' + this.id + '"/>');

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In my case, the element is moved so each one is removed from original...
RobOwner (Aidellio)Commented:
i did this with a table as an example for someone else but I'm just trying to gauge what you're trying to do:


This can be done easily enough with <div> elements too
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