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    Hi, all!

    How can I use order number {#} in conditional string for conditional concatination?
    I try this code
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    new Ext.XTemplate('<tpl for=".">',
                    '<tpl if="{#} > 1">,</tpl>',
                    '{name}'
                    '</tpl>');
    but it thow error "invalid property id"

    p.s. sorry for my english

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    Is {#} supposed to resolve to something? Where is this coming from?

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    {#} should equate to the index of the item in the array
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