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You may use React Fragments to wrap or group numerous elements without having to add an extra node to the DOM. When rendering numerous child elements/components in a single parent component, this can be handy.

You may use React Fragment to render several elements of a component without having to use additional div tags. With React Fragments, we can write cleaner, more readable code. It uses less memory and renders components more quickly. Each component is rendered exactly as it should be.

The primary distinction between React. Fragment and div is that React. Using a fragment will not add any new items to the DOM tree, however using a div will add a div.

You must use the normal JSX element syntax to specify a key for a fragment; you cannot use the new >/> syntax. Why would you give a key to a Fragment? It allows fragments to be utilised as array items, for example.

You may use React Fragment to render several elements of a component without having to use additional div tags. With React Fragments, we can write cleaner, more readable code. It uses less memory and renders components more quickly. Each component is rendered exactly as it should be.

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