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Merge pull request #13630 from seapy/master

Fixed typo [ci skip]
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commit ccd908f9ce4d1eef786a16c79d45af552cb9fe2b 2 parents 8b5d08a + 6c252b5
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@@ -1119,11 +1119,11 @@ With this change, you can access an instance of the `@products` collection as th
You can also pass in arbitrary local variables to any partial you are rendering with the `locals: {}` option:
```erb
-<%= render partial: "products", collection: @products,
+<%= render partial: "product", collection: @products,
as: :item, locals: {title: "Products Page"} %>
```
-Would render a partial `_products.html.erb` once for each instance of `product` in the `@products` instance variable passing the instance to the partial as a local variable called `item` and to each partial, make the local variable `title` available with the value `Products Page`.
+Would render a partial `_product.html.erb` once for each instance of `product` in the `@products` instance variable passing the instance to the partial as a local variable called `item` and to each partial, make the local variable `title` available with the value `Products Page`.
TIP: Rails also makes a counter variable available within a partial called by the collection, named after the member of the collection followed by `_counter`. For example, if you're rendering `@products`, within the partial you can refer to `product_counter` to tell you how many times the partial has been rendered. This does not work in conjunction with the `as: :value` option.
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