I am getting a very strange error… I am working on a view that
compares a phone number in one model to a phone number in another model
and displays the matches and non-matches. However, when I try to do a
comparison using != it just pumps out hundreds of repeating lines. My
view looks like this:
The first one works perfectly (I think) but the second just pumps out
about 100 rows of each bes_displayname and bes_phonenumber. Does anybody
know what is causing the error? I tried to find a comparison operator in
Ruby to say “not equals” but came up short… Is != not part of Ruby?
- Jeff M.