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URL Reversing in Quickstart Doc #779 #897

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Updated quickstart to make clear that URL reversing refers to the use of
url_for() to build the URL. Issue #779

@d3spis3d d3spis3d URL Reversing in Quickstart #779
Updated quickstart to make clear that URL reversing refers to the use of
url_for() to build the URL. Issue #779
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    URL Reversing in Quickstart #779

    d3spis3d authored
    Updated quickstart to make clear that URL reversing refers to the use of
    url_for() to build the URL. Issue #779
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@@ -236,8 +236,9 @@ below. It tells Flask to behave as though it is handling a request, even
though we are interacting with it through a Python shell. Have a look at the
explanation below. :ref:`context-locals`).
-Why would you want to build URLs instead of hard-coding them into your
-templates? There are three good reasons for this:
+Why would you want to build URLs using the URL reversing function :func:`~flask.url_for`
+instead of hard-coding them into your templates? There are three good reasons
+for this:
1. Reversing is often more descriptive than hard-coding the URLs. More
importantly, it allows you to change URLs in one go, without having to
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