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Source code changes of the file "src/cdk/stepper/stepper.md" between
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When using a form for each step, the workflow is advanced whenever one of the fo rms is submitted. When using a form for each step, the workflow is advanced whenever one of the fo rms is submitted.
### Types of steps ### Types of steps
#### Optional step #### Optional step
If completion of a step in linear stepper is not required, then the `optional` a ttribute can be set If completion of a step in linear stepper is not required, then the `optional` a ttribute can be set
on `CdkStep` in a `linear` stepper. on `CdkStep` in a `linear` stepper.
#### Editable step #### Editable step
By default, steps are editable, which means users can return to previously compl eted steps and By default, steps are editable, which means users can return to previously compl eted steps and
edit their responses. `editable="true"` can be set on `CdkStep` to change the de fault. edit their responses. `editable="false"` can be set on `CdkStep` to change the d efault.
#### Completed step #### Completed step
By default, the `completed` attribute of a step returns `true` if the step is va lid (in case of By default, the `completed` attribute of a step returns `true` if the step is va lid (in case of
linear stepper) and the user has interacted with the step. The user, however, ca n also override linear stepper) and the user has interacted with the step. The user, however, ca n also override
this default `completed` behavior by setting the `completed` attribute as needed . this default `completed` behavior by setting the `completed` attribute as needed .
### Stepper buttons ### Stepper buttons
There are two button directives to support navigation between different steps: There are two button directives to support navigation between different steps:
`CdkStepperNext` and `CdkStepperPrevious`. When placed inside of a step, these w ill automatically `CdkStepperNext` and `CdkStepperPrevious`. When placed inside of a step, these w ill automatically
add click handlers to advance or rewind the workflow, respectively. add click handlers to advance or rewind the workflow, respectively.
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