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what kinda function is this : const MapStateToProps = state => ()

what kinda function is this : const MapStateToProps = state => () why does it end with a PARENTHESIS instead of brace?

2 Answers

Takuya Hirata
Takuya Hirata
23,296 Points

You can omit curly braces when the arrow directly points what it returns. This case an object. Now, if you omit curly braces, JavaScript interpreter gets confused because an object uses curly braces too. To avoid this, you can wrap the object by a set of parentheses.