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  • 5. Iterations and conditions

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React's conditional rendering operates in the same way that JavaScript's conditions do. Create items expressing the current state using JavaScript operators like if and the conditional operator, and let React adapt the UI to match them.

Conditional return in React is used to help manage state, like navigation, while navigating between different views. It’s also used to create reusable components that can be conditionally rendered depending on their state.

The benefits of using a conditional return are that it will help you diversify your portfolio, reduce your risk, and reduce your overall tax liability.

We will be using the conditional return functionality of React to show or hide content based on the type of input that we receive from the user in our application.

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