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<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
<title>Insert title here</title>
<script type="text/javascript" src='http://jqueryjs.googlecode.com/files/jquery-1.3.1.min.js'></script>
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="style.css">
<script>

// plugin-name.js - define your plugin implementation pattern
(function($) // The $ here signifies a parameter name
             // As you can see from below, (jQuery) is immediately passed as the $ param
{
    $.vari = "$.vari";
    $.fn.vari = "$.fn.vari";

    // 1.) Add a custom interface `DoSomethingLocal`
    //     Which will modify all selected elements!
    //     If you are a software engineer, think about this as
    //     a member function of the main jQuery class
    $.fn.DoSomethingLocal = function(options)
    {
    	 var defaults = {
    			 changecss:		"top_badPass"				//before == 0 or after == 1
 			}; 
 		 	var opts = $.extend(defaults, options);  

		     
        // return the object back to the chained call flow
        return this.each(function() // This is the main processor function that
                                    // executes on each selected element
                                    // (e.g: jQuery("div"))
        {
            // this     ~ refers to a DOM element
            // $(this)  ~ refers to a jQuery object

            // Here, the `this` keyword is a self-refence to the selected object
            // `this.vari` is `undefined` because it refers to selected DOM elements
            // So, we can do something like: var borderStyle = this.style.border;
            // While $(this).vari, or jQuery(this).vari refers to `$.fn.vari`

            // You would use the $(this) object to perform
            // any desired modification to the selected elements
            // $(this) is simply a reference to the jQuery object
            // of the selected elements
           // alert(this.vari + " " +  opts.test);    // would output `undefined`
           // alert($(this).vari); // would output `$.fn.vari`
           $(this).keyup(function(){
        	   $(this).addClass(opts.changecss);
        	   });
        });
    };
})(jQuery); // pass the jQuery object to this function

// 2.) Or we can add a custom interface to the global jQuery object
//     In this case, it makes no sense to enumerate through objects with `each` keyword
//     Because this function will theoretically work in the `global` scope
//     If you are a professional software engineer, think about this as a [static function]
$.DoSomethingGlobal = function()
{
    // this will output this.vari = $.vari
    alert("Do Something Globally, where `this.vari` = " + this.vari);
};

// index.html - test the plugin
$(document).ready(function()
{
	$("#one").DoSomethingLocal({changecss:"top_strongPass"});
	$("#two").DoSomethingLocal();
   // $.DoSomethingGlobal();
});

</script>
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<body>
<input type="text" id="one" value="ONE"/>
<input type="text" id="two" value="TWO"/>
</body>
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