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Ruby Rails Routes and Resources A Route to an Index Action Populating the View

Yuichi Narisawa
Yuichi Narisawa
19,548 Points

Challenge Task 2

I cannot get right answer for this task. Where should I need to change?

app/views/pets/index.html.erb
<% @pets.each do |page| %>
<p><%=pets.name%></p>
<% end %>

1 Answer

Amir Eskandari
Amir Eskandari
9,153 Points

Really close - but you are using "page" as your block parameter (|page|) and then calling "pets".

So change from this:

<% @pets.each do |page| %>
<p><%=pets.name%></p>
<% end %>

to this:

<% @pets.each do |pets| %>
<p><%= pets.name %></p>
<% end %>
Yuichi Narisawa
Yuichi Narisawa
19,548 Points

Hi Amir! Thank you so much for taking time to answer! I could pass the challenge! ;)