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Nutrition Facts Swensons Nutrition Facts Swensons, 1 Sandwich. Carbs-- g. Fat-- g. Saturated-- g. Protein-- g. Sodium-- mg. Potassium-- mg. Cholesterol-- mg. Vitamin C-- mg. Calcium-- mg. Iron-- mg. How to make that count: calories, carbs, protein, and fat. You can also see nutrition facts for 15 foods at a glance with our nutrition scorecard. A: Here's what is possible: If they have a list of ingredients that is one single item or space-separated list of items, you could add this to a form. You could add some sort of customized attribute to the items, maybe using a for each item in {{item.Attributes}}, which you can access in the view (you can also define a custom Helper). You could test if a item is the "company name" before you link it; if so, don't do the redirect. You could redirect if you made a template for the item that has a block or a custom item attribute that should always be rendered, or if you output some special "truly unique identifiers", such as an arbitrary hash. You could do a "simple" redirect inside an attribute link (similar to the example above). Q: What is the difference between Slick's bindAndInsert and mapFor in Slick 3? In Slick 3, the method mapFor seems to do the same job as bindAndInsert. A: The method mapFor expects a ColumnTypeFunction. That means you can have different binding for each column in your model, depending on what the value of that column is. It's just a way of defining your columns differently, if you have an extra column in your model then you'd have it as part of your model and not part of the tables column. Maybe this image could help you: What I have included is that my model has two columns called "name" and "account", where in the "name" it has some relation to the "account". Now if I have a column called "account" and that is in my model, you can't bind it because the only input is a String, that would not fit into my model. My binding would be something like this: ... -> column("account")






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