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verbose_name — Django inline field validation

Syntax —

 field_name = models.Field (verbose_name = "name") 

Inline field validation verbose_name Explanation

Illustration of verbose_name using an example. Consider a project named pythonengineering that has an application named geeks .

Refer to the following articles to check how to create a project and an app in Django.

Enter the following code into the models.py file of the geeks application. We will use CharField to experiment with all the margin variations.

from django.db import models

from django.db.models import Model

# Create your models here.

  

class GeeksModel (Model):

geeks_field = models.CharField (

max_length = 200

  )

After running makemigrations and migrating to Django and rendering the above model, let’s check the display name for geeks_field .


Now let’s verbose_name this using the verbose_name attribute. change models.py to

Since models.py has changed, run makemigrations and migrate the project again. Open the admin interface and check the name of this field again, it changes to "Geeksforgeeks". 

You can see the modified image. Therefore verbose_name changes the field name.

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from django.db import models

from django.db.models import Model

# Create your models here.

 

class GeeksModel (Model):

geeks_field = models.CharField (

max_length = 200

  verbose_name = " Geeksforgeeks "

)