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The item.content for my field item is 'active'. However, when I use a comparison operator as seen below, it never equates to True but always False. I thought maybe some spacing issues was the reason, but that seems to not be the case.

Is the content in item.content not a string? I am assuming when I call item.content, its probably a object, but I can't find any documentation on how to turn a object's value into a string so it equates to true.

{% for item in items %}
  {% if item.content == 'active' %}
    <div{{ item.attributes.addClass('field__item', 'status_item_active') }}>{{ item.content }}</div>
  {% else %}
    <div{{ item.attributes.addClass('field__item', 'status_item_notactive') }}>{{ item.content }}</div>
  {% endif %}
{% endfor %}
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  • This field should be a boolean I think when the field has two possible values. If you want to get it working as a text field then try to render before comparing, see drupal.stackexchange.com/questions/239105/…
    – 4uk4
    Commented May 23, 2019 at 14:00

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You can try this instead

{% if element['#items'][key].value == 'active' %}
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  • Yes, this is a good idea, comparing the database value from the field item instead of the rendered output. You need to get the key, for example by extending the loop definition: {% for key, item in items %}
    – 4uk4
    Commented May 24, 2019 at 7:40
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I solved it with this code:

{% if 'active' in item.content|render|render %}
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  • 1
    This is risky and unreliable condition, IMO. When you just want to read a value, you shouldn't have to render it out one or more times. See this answer: drupal.stackexchange.com/a/281520/57
    – Kevin
    Commented May 27, 2019 at 15:14

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