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Discussion on: My 5 cents about React Hooks

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Guilherme Toti Author

True, it replaces the whole state, but I do prefer to have an object on state instead N variables, (depending the case), but I think this is personal preferences.
When I set states with objects, I usually update it like (e.g):

setData(data => ({ ...data, someUpdate: “ok” });

This way I get the current state value, add it to my object, and update what I want on it... keeping it immutable.