Trying to understand the difference between similar iterator

What’s the difference between these two?
Objective:
Trying to display the addresses of the students that has “has_many”
relations with addresses

<% @student.addresses.each {|address| "Address: #{address.addr1}
"} %> ****** did not work <% end %>

This code worked:

<% @student.addresses.each do |address|%> <%= address.addr1 %>
<% end %>

Any comments appreciated.
Thanks
Silvy Mathews

Hi,
You shouldn’t need the <% end %> because you are passing in a block.
This should work as well.

<% @student.addresses.each {|address| %>
<%= address.addr1 %>

<% } %>

Eric

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Eric G.
http://www.ericgoodwin.com

Well first of all, when you’re iterating through a block, you don’t
need to have an end. In fact it should give you some kind of error.
Secondly, <% just evals a statement, <%= renders the output. So your
loop should be:

<%= @student.addresses.each {|address| "Address: #{address.addr1}
"} %>

Pat

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