On 3 March 2017 at 17:51, Joe Guerra <JGuerra@jginfosys.com> wrote:
> ok, i used pry.binding to look at the @remining variable and it's nil.
> that why it's not working. so the question is why is this the case when
> it has a value in the show section?
As tamouse said:
>>> You *can* as it is an *instance variable*, but it will only be available
>>> for that instance of the controller (i.e., a single request). If you're
>>> calling other methods during that show request, the instance variable will
>>> be available. If you want to access it from another method that responds to
>>> a different request, it won't be set. You can also use this instance
>>> variable in any views resulting from the show method.
You are trying to access it from another method that responds to a
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