Sass Selector Functions

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Sass Selector Functions

The following are the list of inbuilt selector functions available in Sass language.

is-superselector()Returns whether the selector $super matches all the elements that the selector $sub matches.
selector-append()Combines $selectors without descendant combinators—that is, without whitespace between them.
selector-extend()Replaces all instances of $extendee in $selector with $extendee, $extender.
selector-nest()Combines $selectors as though they were nested within one another in the stylesheet.
selector-parse()Returns $selector in the selector value format.
selector-replace()Returns a copy of $selector with all instances of $original replaced by $replacement.
selector-unify()Returns a selector that matches only elements matched by both $selector1 and $selector2.
simple-selectors()Returns a list of simple selectors in $selector.


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