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Figure 9-13. Creating the Map view
Notice in the Map.cshtml file that the referenced model is specified like this since
it is expecting to receive a collection of State classes. This happened because you
choose the list template when creating the view.
@model IEnumerable<Chapter 9 .Models.State>
Add this using statement just after the model reference. This will enable you to
access the State properties through IntelliSense.
@using Chapter 9 .Models
Replace the default contents of the body element with the following code. This
defines an svg element just like you did earlier. It then uses a foreach loop to
create a path element for each State defined in the model. Notice that it is storing
the StateCode column in the id attribute and the StateName column in the class
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