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When they exist on the same node, v-if has a higher priority than v-for. That means the v-if condition will not have access to variables from the scope of the v-for:

<!-- This will throw an error because property "todo" is not defined on instance. -->

<li v-for="todo in todos" v-if="!todo.isComplete">
  {{ todo }}


This can be fixed by moving v-for to a wrapping <template> tag:

<template v-for="todo in todos">
  <li v-if="!todo.isComplete">
    {{ todo }}


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