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strict_locals!

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strict_locals!() public

This method is responsible for marking a template as having strict locals which means the template can only accept the locals defined in a magic comment. For example, if your template acceps the locals title and comment_count, add the following to your template file:

<%# locals: (title: "Default title", comment_count: 0) %>

Strict locals are useful for validating template arguments and for specifying defaults.

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