Is there a JavaScript / jQuery DOM change listener?

Is there a JavaScript / jQuery DOM change listener?

Essentially I want to have a script execute when the contents of a&nbsp;<code>DIV</code>&nbsp;change. Since the scripts are separate (content script in the Chrome extension &amp; webpage script), I need a way simply observe changes in DOM state. I could set up polling but that seems sloppy.

Essentially I want to have a script execute when the contents of a DIV change. Since the scripts are separate (content script in the Chrome extension & webpage script), I need a way simply observe changes in DOM state. I could set up polling but that seems sloppy.

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