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Active Record: Named bindings in conditions

In Active Record you can use named bindings in where-conditions. This helps you to make your code more readable and reduces repetitions in the binding list.

Example without named bindings

User.where( 'name = ? OR email ?', params[:query], params[:query] )

Example with named bindings

User.where( 'name = :query OR email :query', query: params[:query] )

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9 months ago
by Tobias Kraze
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