How to call the function generated by Jx

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Guofeng Zhang

Nov 17, 2010, 10:12:05 PM11/17/10
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I reading Exploring Lift, and have some questions confused me. I am
new to Lift, this confuse me for days, thanks for your help.

(1) In the section "XML and JavaScript", you have a sample code:
val div = Jx(<div>Hi there</div>)
This will generate the following function:
function(it) {
var df = document.createDocumentFragment();
var vINIJ1YTZG5 = document.createElement('div');
vINIJ1YTZG5.appendChild(document.createTextNode('Hi there'));
return df;

How to write a code in Scala so that the client (browser) could invoke
the function?

(2) there is the following code segment:
var list = {
persons: [
{name: "Thor", race: "Asgard"},
{name: "Todd", race: "Wraith"},
{name: "Rodney", race: "Human"}
I think this should be the JavaScript code in the HTML file, am I

Following the above, there is the following code segment:
def renderPerson =
Jx(<li class="item_header"> {JsVar("it", "name")}
is {JsVar("it", "race")}</li>)
Jx(<ul>{JxMap(JsVar("it.persons"), renderPerson)}</ul>)

I cannot understand how the value of the list variable is passed, that
is, why it.persons will reference to values of list variable?

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