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React onClick event on component
I have a React component called that 如何在 Pocket Option 中验证帐户 has many child s (another React component). I want to be able to declare an onClick event on each from within . I have tried doing the following:
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I conclude, therefore, that I can't 如何在 Pocket Option 中验证帐户 register onClick events on the actual tags (I'm not sure why this is, however). How do I go about achieving this otherwise?
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This depends on your SensorItem component's definition. Because SensorItem isn't a native 如何在 Pocket Option 中验证帐户 DOM element but, like you said, another React component, onClick as defined here is simply a property of that component. What you need to do is, inside of the SensorItem component pass the onClick prop to an DOM component's onClick event:
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To add to that, you can pass through all props to the main DOM Node fairly easily with argument destructuring syntax like this: ``` const SensorItem = (<. props>) => < return (
The problem, as being explained in another answer, is that onClick on a React component (contrary to native DOM element like or
) is treated as passing of component property, and not of a DOM event handler. And as most likely your component doesn't declare onClick property, 如何在 Pocket Option 中验证帐户 that property value simply gets lost.
The most straightforward solution is to add onClick property explicitly on SensorItem component, then pass it to the root DOM element of that component:
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No matter which of the two approaches you use, the handler will now work, as it'll now be attached to the root DOM element of SensorItem :