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Build-in property named prop , can make an example for explaining

` const Header = () => { return ( <header> <h1>Scoreboard</h1> <span className="stats">Players: 1</span> </header> ); }

const Player = () => { return ( <div className="player"> <span className="player-name"> Guil </span>

  <Counter />

); }

const Counter = () => { return ( <div className="counter"> <button className="counter-action decrement"> - </button> <span className="counter-score">35</span> <button className="counter-action increment"> + </button> </div> ); }

const App = () => { return ( <div className="scoreboard"> <Header />

  {/* Players list */}
  <Player />

); } ` there are two build-in props as like children and ClassName ? How to know more about it?