$.string requires jQuery 1.2.2 or later. It may work with earlier versions, but only these have been tested. $.string has been tested with the following web browsers:
jquery.string - Prototype string functions for jQuery
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Original Prototype extensions (c) 2005-2011 Sam Stephenson (http://prototypejs.org)
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Below is the results of the compatibility test suite for $.string. A Failed! test will also list the number of the test(s) that failed. If you find additional test cases that can be added that cover conditions not adequately represented by the existing test suite, please contact dave <at> stilldesigning <dot> com.