It's no intuitive to me. I need to check documentation again every time encountered this to understand what it supposed to mean, which is a bad sign for language feature. Imagine having to check docs every time you encounter if ... else.
if ... else
Jinja also has for ... else construct but the else will be executed if the loop not executed, like when the list is empty. This is intuitive to me, as it similar to how if ... else work. Either the primary block executed, or the else.
for ... else
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