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What are I doing wrong here?

I'm setting block types 'stripCustom' and 'stripShowroom' to 'stripBlock'

{% set stripBlock = entry.contentImage.type(['stripCustom', 'stripShowroom']) %}

Then in a loop checking if 'stripBlock' is last and the current block is last but one.

<div class="section {% if loop.last == stripBlock and loop.revindex0 == 1 %}gutter-bottom--double{% endif %}">
....
</div>
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    I don't think you can compare loop.last to your stripBlock variable. I think loop.last just is or isn't. – AbbeyDesign May 5 '17 at 16:02
  • Oh. So is there a way to test is a certain block type is last? – sarah3585 May 6 '17 at 7:21
  • Did my answer below help you with your issue? – AbbeyDesign May 10 '17 at 16:44
  • Haven't had a chance to look yet as I've been pulled away from that project, I will look today. – sarah3585 May 11 '17 at 9:38
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To test if the current block is the last in the loop and of a certain type, you could do something like:

{% if loop.last and block.type == "yourBlockType" %}yes{% endif %}

or shorthand

{{ loop.last and block.type == "yourBlockType" ? 'yes' : 'no' }}

In the above example replace 'no' with '' to output nothing. It's just there if you want to output something in case of false

or even shorter

{{ loop.last and block.type == "yourBlockType" ? 'yes' }}
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