Concatenating variables and strings in React

Is there a way to incorporate React's curly brace notation and an href tag? Say we have the following value in the state:

{this.state.id}

and the following HTML attributes on a tag:

href="#demo1"
id="demo1"

Is there a way I can add the id state to the HTML attribute to get something like this:

href={"#demo + {this.state.id}"}

Which will yield:

#demo1

Answers:

Answer

You're almost correct, just misplaced a few quotes. Wrapping the whole thing in regular quotes will literally give you the string #demo + {this.state.id} - you need to indicate which are variables and which are string literals. Since anything inside {} is an inline JSX expression, you can do:

href={"#demo" + this.state.id}

This will use the string literal #demo and concatenate it to the value of this.state.id. This can then be applied to all strings. Consider this:

var text = "world";

And this:

{"Hello " + text + " Andrew"}

This will yield:

Hello world Andrew 

You can also use ES6 string interpolation/template literals with ` (backticks) and ${expr} (interpolated expression), which is closer to what you seem to be trying to do:

href={`#demo${this.state.id}`}

This will basically substitute the value of this.state.id, concatenating it to #demo. It is equivalent to doing: "#demo" + this.state.id.

Answer

the best way to concat props/variables:

var sample = "test";    
var result = `this is just a ${sample}`;    
//this is just a test
Answer

exampleData=

        const json1 = [
            {id: 1, test: 1},
            {id: 2, test: 2},
            {id: 3, test: 3},
            {id: 4, test: 4},
            {id: 5, test: 5}
        ];

        const json2 = [
            {id: 3, test: 6},
            {id: 4, test: 7},
            {id: 5, test: 8},
            {id: 6, test: 9},
            {id: 7, test: 10}
        ];

example1=


        const finalData1 = json1.concat(json2).reduce(function (index, obj) {
            index[obj.id] = Object.assign({}, obj, index[obj.id]);
            return index;
        }, []).filter(function (res, obj) {
            return obj;
        });

example2=

        let hashData = new Map();

        json1.concat(json2).forEach(function (obj) {
            hashData.set(obj.id, Object.assign(hashData.get(obj.id) || {}, obj))
        });

        const finalData2 = Array.from(hashData.values());

I recommend second example , it is faster.

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