Forum: Ruby on Rails How to use variables inside rhtml??

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Prashant T. (Guest)
on 2006-03-10 12:27

I want to use counters in my rhtml page for dynamic naming of my form
eg:- for 1st textbox name will be "text1"
     for 2nd textbox name will be "text2"
     ....& so on........

But here I want use a counter variable in rHtml file so that I will use
for loop for looping througn each set of elements in form & give name to
form elements as
"element_name"+i     (i is counter variable)
I tried it with following code but its nt working:-
<% for product in @products %>
<%= text_field 'product_item','removed_email_address@domain.invalid_s',

But its not working proper as I m accessing the value of each textbox in
controller class as folllows:-
for product in @products

it gives me error like:-
"'+' is undefined"

How to deal with this??????

Thanx in advance for ur reply.

Kevin E. (Guest)
on 2006-03-10 14:39
Prashant T. wrote:
> ===========
> <%
> @i=0
> %>
> <% for product in @products %>
> <%= text_field 'product_item','removed_email_address@domain.invalid_s',
> :value=>></td>
> <%end%>
> ============

Rails has build in support for this.

Use something like:

<% @products.each do |@p| %>
    <%= text_field 'p[]', .... %>
<% end>

This will automatically enumerate your fields in your form.

In your controller using params[:p] you fetch you an array of the values
entered in all the 'p' fields.
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