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I have a content type with a field field_file_attachment that allows uploading multiple files with txt, pdf, gif and img extensions.

I would like to get links, descriptions and extensions of all these files printed in my Twig file node--page--full.html.twig.

Is this possible? Should I create a preprocess function for page?

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You should be able to do something like this,

{% for file in node.field_file['#items'].entity %}
  {{ file.uri.value }}
  {{ file.name.value }}
{% endfor %}
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  • Unfortunately it doesnt work for me. – Iurii Prytula Oct 17 '18 at 11:26
  • I updated my answer – user72672 Oct 17 '18 at 11:39
  • Ah I didn’t see that you posted and answer yourself – user72672 Oct 17 '18 at 11:39
  • I think the best answer is a combination of both, loop over the field in the node {% for file_item in node.field_file %} and get the file name {{ file_item.entity.name.value }} and other file values. – 4k4 Oct 17 '18 at 11:47
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Maybe it will be helpful for other, I use:

{% for file in content.field_file['#items'] %}
  {{ devel_dump(file.entity.name.value)}}
{% endfor %}

It gives me acces to all values from file field.

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You need to pass your file or image field uri value with file_url() function, Read the Drupal Docs, Then you will have field's exact value, not rendered

{{ file_url(node.field_policy_pdf.entity.uri.value) }} - if it has limited (1) value.

Else you need to use twig {% for %} loop

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