jQuery noop() method
The noop() function is an empty function in jQuery. It does not accept any parameter. We can use this function when we have to pass around a function that does nothing. This method returns undefined.
Instead of declaring multiple anonymous functions, we can use the noop() function as a single empty function.
The commonly used syntax of using the noop() function is given below -
It does not accept any arguments.
Now, let's see an example of using the noop() method.
It is a simple example of using the noop() method. Here, we are storing the value returned by the noop() method in a variable and print that variable using the innerHTML.Test it Now
After the execution of the above code, the output will be -