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Also, I know it's just an example you used but if you log out the actual React props object like that, you might just see [object Object]. If that happens, using console.dir instead of console.log may help. Another way is to use JSON.stringify(), like this for example: console.log('values are', JSON.stringify(props, null, 2))
CamelBeatsSnake thanks a lot for your informative answer 👍
puzzelena You're welcome 🙂 hope you enjoy learning React. I love it. It can be hard at at times but keep practicing.
Calviղ thank you!