Message from JavaScript discussions

September 2020

— If you understand the parts of a for loop, you already can imagine what is going on

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I got the output as a,b.

Can someone explain the reason why I'm getting those two values as output. Instead of the console.log statement I wrote inside the for loop ?

— Https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Statements/for

— Https://youtu.be/olZrwvNEd0A

— Console.log returns wat🤨

— My work mate is using a library called redux-form and I think is so useless.... Using a plan React is much more simple and you have control over everything. Same can be extrapolated to frameworks sometimes

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— Back to the roots🤤

— If you execute !!console.log('b') you see it is false. Therefore, it doesn't enter the block

— Thanks mate!🤝

— Np!

— If you have a complex enough form, form management libraries in react are useful

— Maybe I'd move away from redux form and maybe go for formik or final forms