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Donna Zukowski
Donna Zukowski
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<button className="counter-action increment" onClick={() => this.incrementScore}> + </button> isn't working.

The arrow function doesn't work with LiveServer in my Chrome Browser. I get no error. It just doesn't work. Any ideas?

1 Answer

Have you tried something of the form

<button class="counter-action increment" onClick="( () => incrementScore() ) ()"> + </button>

where you wrap your function in parentheses, call it by adding (), and put the code for onClick in quotes?