Form not validating django
I rewrote this recently to use newforms, mainly to keep up to date with Django, and also to try out some (Yes, there are a couple of places I could have used list comprehensions there. (One problem with the code above is that you don’t have as much control over the order of the fields as you need.
I’m afraid I find that I think in ‘filter’ and ‘map’, and find these so much more expressive than the idiomatic Python). Perhaps this will be sorted out at some point, although a nice method of doing it isn’t obvious.
You might use the interactive console, or write some exploratory code (but you have to promise the Testing Goat that you’ll throw it away and rewrite it properly later).
Here we’re actually using a unit test as a way of experimenting with the forms API.
Note also that most of the code presented is straightforward Django ‘newforms’, and not related).
the names of the Form's fields should be the same as the Model's) Forms don't have to have related models, though.At the end of the last chapter, we were left with the thought that there was too much duplication of code in the validation handling bits of our views. Let’s do a little experimenting with forms by using a unit test.Django encourages you to use form classes to do the work of validating user input, and choosing what error messages to display. As we go through the chapter, we’ll also spend a bit of time tidying up our unit tests, and making sure each of them only tests one thing at a time. My plan is to iterate towards a complete solution, and hopefully introduce forms gradually enough that they’ll make sense if you’ve never seen them before.If it is not valid, we remove old errors from form (or we will have multiple errors under the fields, probably duplicates).Let also assume that our form contains 5 fields: first_name, last_name, gender, sex, phone.