The scroll() is an inbuilt method in jQuery which is used to user scroll in the specified element. This method works for all scrollable elements and the browser window.
Parameter: This method accepts single parameters function which is optional. It is used to specify the function to run when the scroll event is triggered.
Return Value: It binds an event when scroll is happen for the specified element.
Below program illustrates the scroll() method in jQuery:
After scrolling inside the div box.
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