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My company has purchased a product that renders an ASP.NET control on the page. This control uses jQuery 1.2.3 and adds a script tag to the page to reference it. The developers of the control will not support use of the control if it modified in any way (including modification to reference a different version of jQuery).



I'm about to start development of my own control and would like to use the features and speed improvements of jQuery 1.3. Both of these controls will need to exist on the same page.



How can I allow the purchased control to use jQuery 1.2.3 and new custom development to use jQuery 1.3? Also out of curiosity, what if we were to use an additional control that needed to reference yet another version of jQuery?


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