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@@ -576,7 +576,7 @@ The <tt>create_<em>association</em></tt> method returns a new object of the asso
h5. Options for +belongs_to+
-In many situations, you can use the default behavior of +belongs_to+ without any customization. But despite Rails' emphasis of convention over configuration, you can alter that behavior in a number of ways. This section covers the options that you can pass when you create a +belongs_to+ association. For example, an association with several options might look like this:
+While Rails uses intelligent defaults that will work well in most situations, there may be times when you want to customize the behavior of the +belongs_to+ association reference. Such customizations can easily be accomplished by passing options when you create the association. For example, this assocation uses two such options:
<ruby>
class Order < ActiveRecord::Base
@@ -842,7 +842,7 @@ The <tt>create_<em>association</em></tt> method returns a new object of the asso
h5. Options for +has_one+
-In many situations, you can use the default behavior of +has_one+ without any customization. But despite Rails' emphasis of convention over configuration, you can alter that behavior in a number of ways. This section covers the options that you can pass when you create a +has_one+ association. For example, an association with several options might look like this:
+While Rails uses intelligent defaults that will work well in most situations, there may be times when you want to customize the behavior of the +has_one+ association reference. Such customizations can easily be accomplished by passing options when you create the association. For example, this assocation uses two such options:
<ruby>
class Supplier < ActiveRecord::Base
@@ -1156,7 +1156,7 @@ The <tt><em>collection</em>.create</tt> method returns a new object of the assoc
h5. Options for +has_many+
-In many situations, you can use the default behavior for +has_many+ without any customization. But you can alter that behavior in a number of ways. This section covers the options that you can pass when you create a +has_many+ association. For example, an association with several options might look like this:
+While Rails uses intelligent defaults that will work well in most situations, there may be times when you want to customize the behavior of the +has_many+ association reference. Such customizations can easily be accomplished by passing options when you create the association. For example, this assocation uses two such options:
<ruby>
class Customer < ActiveRecord::Base
@@ -1585,7 +1585,7 @@ The <tt><em>collection</em>.create</tt> method returns a new object of the assoc
h5. Options for +has_and_belongs_to_many+
-In many situations, you can use the default behavior for +has_and_belongs_to_many+ without any customization. But you can alter that behavior in a number of ways. This section covers the options that you can pass when you create a +has_and_belongs_to_many+ association. For example, an association with several options might look like this:
+While Rails uses intelligent defaults that will work well in most situations, there may be times when you want to customize the behavior of the +has_and_belongs_to_many+ association reference. Such customizations can easily be accomplished by passing options when you create the association. For example, this assocation uses two such options:
<ruby>
class Parts < ActiveRecord::Base
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