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3:03 AM
This might be a better question for softwareengineering.stackexchange.com — shaahiin 47 secs ago
 
 
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4:41 AM
What's the issue you are facing with it? As it currently stands, you are telling others to do your homework for you which is not what Stack Overflow is about. Please read Open letter to students with homework problems and edit your question to match the site's guidelines — Spikatrix 12 secs ago
 
 
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12:41 PM
You need more than one number to calculate a result in percentage. Your question is severely lacking information, and does not include the code you'd like us to help you to fix a specific issue with. This site does not provide a code, search, or tutoring service, it is where programmers ask for assistance with their submitted code, given the environment and problem details for others to reproduce it. Please read through all of the linked pages of How to Ask in order to better understand the site guidelines and requirements. Thank you. — Compo 44 secs ago
 
 
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2:34 PM
Ryan Donovan on October 20, 2021
Originally, React mainly used class components, which can be strenuous at times as you always had to switch between classes, higher-order components, and render props. With React hooks, you can now do all these without switching, using functional components.
 
 
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10:28 PM
This is very much a design philosophy without a concrete answer. It probably is better suited for softwareengineering.stackexchange.com instead where discussing about opinions are allowed versus here where the goal is concise answers. — lynkfox 14 secs ago
 

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