Do you understand the
difference? if not then make sure
you read up on it.
=>not,from doc&error to save note.
so you know
when to use <%= and when to use
=><%= when using form helper.
=><% from that i ever try. when using ruby code if,unless,etc.
this question make me want know,than i search and found at stackoverflow.
<%= wil render return value into html
<% not will render return into html
that is summary.and i remember what mean you said before.
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