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fixed guide to add correct documentation for partial render 'as' option
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eileencodes committed Sep 13, 2016
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@@ -254,12 +254,6 @@ as if we had written:
<%= render partial: "product", locals: { product: @product } %>
```
-With the `as` option we can specify a different name for the local variable. For example, if we wanted it to be `item` instead of `product` we would do:
-
-```erb
-<%= render partial: "product", as: "item" %>
-```
-
The `object` option can be used to directly specify which object is rendered into the partial; useful when the template's object is elsewhere (e.g. in a different instance variable or in a local variable).
For example, instead of:
@@ -274,12 +268,18 @@ we would do:
<%= render partial: "product", object: @item %>
```
-The `object` and `as` options can also be used together:
+With the `as` option we can specify a different name for the said local variable. For example, if we wanted it to be `item` instead of `product` we would do:
```erb
<%= render partial: "product", object: @item, as: "item" %>
```
+This is equivalent to
+
+```erb
+<%= render partial: "product", locals: { item: @item } %>
+```
+
#### Rendering Collections
It is very common that a template will need to iterate over a collection and render a sub-template for each of the elements. This pattern has been implemented as a single method that accepts an array and renders a partial for each one of the elements in the array.

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