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Rearrange the steps to correctly define the flow in Redux when a button is clicked to change data. 1.The new state is saved in the store 2.An action is dispatched to the store 3.The click handler is called 4.The reducer returns the new state 5.The store calls the reducer function Hey can anyone answer this question please

7/21/2020 5:16:46 PM

Musharaf Aahel

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👍 Congratulations. Try practicing React. You can use React in SoloLearn code playground like this : https://code.sololearn.com/W68LRMG8xig6/?ref=app Meanwhile, I'll delete this question soon because it is asking for direct answer for a lesson quiz.

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at least you know the first, so you? Hint : read the question, when what happens?

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i am helping you. no direct answer here. This Q&A forum is for specific programming questions or questions related to SoloLearn (platform, usage and so on) https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/1316935/?ref=app When you don't understand about the answer of a lesson in React course, you should look up the lessons before that quiz. Here we can give you guide, but if you don't want guide, we'll delete this question because it is classified as laziness.

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for the last, when you change something, what do you do? considering what you do at, say, using the Word to write some article. what do you do after each change?

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no direct answer i am guiding you, answer my questions.

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Musharaf Aahel how is it going to help you even if someone answers your question? Here a mod is trying his best to guide you which many would have answered straight and you wouldn't have learned anything ,also you should atleast specify which steps or what you really didn't understand or go through the lesson again as already mentioned

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Rearrange the steps to correctly define the flow in Redux when a button is clicked to change data. The click handler is called An action is dispatched to the store The store calls the reducer function The reducer returns the new state The new state is saved in the store Source: https://redux.js.org/tutorials/fundamentals/part-2-concepts-data-flow

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Thanks for helping me and guiding me i had completed that course by today morning 😇😇😇

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Okay😇

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