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create_binds_for_hash

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create_binds_for_hash(attributes) protected

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# File activerecord/lib/active_record/relation/predicate_builder.rb, line 85
      def create_binds_for_hash(attributes)
        result = attributes.dup
        binds = []

        attributes.each do |column_name, value|
          case
          when value.is_a?(Hash) && !table.has_column?(column_name)
            attrs, bvs = associated_predicate_builder(column_name).create_binds_for_hash(value)
            result[column_name] = attrs
            binds += bvs
            next
          when value.is_a?(Relation)
            binds += value.bound_attributes
          when value.is_a?(Range) && !table.type(column_name).force_equality?(value)
            first = value.begin
            last = value.end
            unless first.respond_to?(:infinite?) && first.infinite?
              binds << build_bind_param(column_name, first)
              first = Arel::Nodes::BindParam.new
            end
            unless last.respond_to?(:infinite?) && last.infinite?
              binds << build_bind_param(column_name, last)
              last = Arel::Nodes::BindParam.new
            end

            result[column_name] = RangeHandler::RangeWithBinds.new(first, last, value.exclude_end?)
          else
            if can_be_bound?(column_name, value)
              result[column_name] = Arel::Nodes::BindParam.new
              binds << build_bind_param(column_name, value)
            end
          end

          # Find the foreign key when using queries such as:
          # Post.where(author: author)
          #
          # For polymorphic relationships, find the foreign key and type:
          # PriceEstimate.where(estimate_of: treasure)
          if table.associated_with?(column_name)
            result[column_name] = AssociationQueryHandler.value_for(table, column_name, value)
          end
        end

        [result, binds]
      end
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