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Why must we call props.removePlayer(props.id) inside an anonymous function for the remove button to work?
Why must we call props.removePlayer(props.id) inside an anonymous function for the remove button to work? How comes this does not work? Someone help
Brian JensenTreehouse Staff
Hiya Joshua Ouma
It's just the syntax that React requires when passing a parameter to an event handler. In this case,
From the React documentation: How do I pass a parameter to an event handler or callback?