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Is the placeholder {no} right?

 
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Is the placeholder {no} right?
by Zhigang Sun - Friday, 8 October 2010, 5:31 PM
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In component condition, there are two strings, addcompletions and addgrades, which use placeholder - {no}. It is the first time I meet placeholder like this. I'm afraid that it should be {$a->no}. Any one can comfirm it?

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Re: Is the placeholder {no} right?
by David Mudrák - Friday, 8 October 2010, 7:33 PM
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Thanks for raising this. The placeholder {no} is quite rare and it is used by Moodle forms library for repeating elements. It is replaced with the number when displaying - for example "Add 3 activity conditions to form" (you may know the similar string from a question editing form).

So please, just leave it {no} as it is.

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回复: Re: Is the placeholder {no} right?
by Zhigang Sun - Friday, 8 October 2010, 7:56 PM
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Oh, that's funny! Thanks for reply.