re: How to use the `reduce` Method in JavaScript (and React) VIEW POST

re: Yeah I've wondered about the why too and I finally learnt about reduce thanks to a React exercise that required its use. :) But now that I've trie...

I'd use for-of rather than for-in, since you don't care about the index - introducing it as a variable means the reader has to figure out what's important and filter that out first.

I would also pass props.parts to the function, to illustrate the fact that this function doesn't care about anything else - seeing the function signature, a person understands right away what the dependencies of that function are; sometimes that can answer their question without making them scan through the function body to figure out what input the function requires.

In general, I'd rather have twice as many lines and have something everyone can immediately read and understand (and modify without breaking it!) without a tutorial - and let a minifier do the minifying.

On the issue of inlining vs functions, I lean heavily towards functions, because glazing over a large render-function, I'd rather see descriptive names like countTotalExercises as opposed to an tangle of inline expressions - the reader then knows right away what you're doing and doesn't need to be burdened with how you're doing it, before they need to.

And likely this was just an example, but I'd use more descriptive names. 😉

Thank you so much for taking the time to share your valuable feedback. I like how you prioritize readability over other features. Keeping this in mind moving forward.

@yogesnsamy sorry but no, i prefer by far your way of writing tutorials !! it's so refreshing actually !! and it's straight to the point and step by step thing is ... perfect !!! and the fact that i might have to wonder what every line of code does actually helps a lot !! definitely going to follow you and read every tutorial you'll write !

You're too kind. Thank you for making my day!

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