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|@@ -616,6 +616,6 @@ The thing that makes ESLint different from other linters is the ability to defin|
|Runtime rules are written in the same format as all other rules. Create your rule as you would any other and then follow these steps:|
|1. Place all of your runtime rules in the same directory (i.e., `eslint_rules`).|
|1. Place all of your runtime rules in the same directory (e.g., `eslint_rules`).|
|2. Create a [configuration file](../user-guide/configuring.md) and specify your rule ID error level under the `rules` key. Your rule will not run unless it has a value of `1` or `2` in the configuration file.|
|3. Run the [command line interface](../user-guide/command-line-interface.md) using the `--rulesdir` option to specify the location of your runtime rules.|