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Rishi Purwar
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Nov 8, 2022 ⋅ 9 min read

Recursive components in React: A real-world example

Rishi Purwar I'm an enthusiastic full-stack Web developer from India who has been building side projects for quite some time now. You can check out all my projects at github.com/rishipurwar1 to learn more about what I do!

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4 Replies to "Recursive components in React: A real-world example"

  1. What if you have 2 same directory names/file names but in different path?
    How would the key={{parent.name}} work in that case? key will not be unique.

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