rails loop

Certainly! Here's a breakdown of a loop in Ruby on Rails:

<% @users.each do |user| %>
  <p><%= user.name %></p>
<% end %>
  1. <% @users.each do |user| %>: This line starts a loop that iterates over each element in the @users array. The do keyword marks the beginning of the loop, and |user| defines a block variable to represent each element in the array during each iteration.

  2. <p><%= user.name %></p>: Within the loop, this line accesses the name attribute of the current user object and outputs it within a paragraph tag using the <%= %> erb tag.

  3. <% end %>: This line marks the end of the loop block.

In summary, this code iterates over each user in the @users array and outputs their names within paragraph tags.