jquery find vs children with contains

JavaScript performance comparison

Test case created by Dan Manastireanu

Preparation code

<div id="test">
<p>some text</p>
<p>some other text</p>
<p>nothing</p>
</div>
<script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1/jquery.min.js"></script>
 

Preparation code output

some text

some other text

nothing

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Test Ops/sec
children p:contains
$('#test').children('p:contains("text")');
$('#test').children('p:contains("not found")');
pending…
children :contains
$('#test').children(':contains("text")');
$('#test').children(':contains("not found")');
pending…
find p:contains
$('#test').find('p:contains("text")');
$('#test').find('p:contains("not found")');
pending…
find :contains
$('#test').find(':contains("text")');
$('#test').find(':contains("not found")');
pending…

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