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Rewrite the Input Object input coercion subsection #388

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commented Dec 2, 2017

This section had some redundancy and confusing statements in addition to some outdated examples for coercing field values.

This rewrite expands on the examples and consolidates the coercion rules.

Fixes #272
Closes #311

Rewrite the Input Object input coercion subsection
This section had some redundancy and confusing statements in addition to some outdated examples for coercing field values.

This rewrite expands on the examples and consolidates the coercion rules.

Fixes #272
Closes #311
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commented Dec 2, 2017

@andimarek please let me know if this resolves your original concern

@leebyron leebyron merged commit 7575427 into master Dec 6, 2017

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