The solution is to utilise the reset() function from the React Hook Form library; if you call it without any parameters (reset()), the form will be reset to its default values; if you call it with an object (e.g. reset(firstName: 'Bob' )), the form will be set with the values from the object.
In order to validate a form, we must accomplish the following: Define the form's validation rules. Any errors should be saved in a state variable. If there are any errors, prevent the form from submitting.
The most common goal of data validation is to ensure that user input is correct. Validation can be defined in a variety of ways and implemented in a variety of ways. After input has been transmitted to the server, a web server performs server side validation.
Validation is crucial for two reasons: quality assurance and cost minimization. Validation ensures that the product is fit for its intended purpose. A product's quality, safety, and effectiveness may be planned and built in. Validation is a crucial step in determining the product's quality.
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