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jQuery select elements with a specific set of classes


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Probably a stupid question, but I can not understand.
There are 3 units with the class .one and one unit with the class .one and .two

In jQuery how can I select only the element which has both classes .one and .two?
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Um... $('.one.two') will not work?
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$(".one").find(".two")
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A horrible question.
I surprise myself sometimes. But it's only been a year.
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