A React hooks callback is a function that is passed to another function as an argument. The callback is executed when the first function finishes its job. The callback can be called in three different ways: Asynchronously, where the first function starts running and then calls the callback at some point later on. Synchronously, where the first function executes and then immediately returns control to continue execution of the calling code. When a Promise is produced from the first function, it will call all callbacks registered with it once it fulfils or rejects. Custom Hooks with callbacks are a perfect way to use callbacks for DOM manipulation. They can be used when you want to make changes to the DOM after an event has occurred. The benefits of custom hooks with callbacks are that they allow you to execute code at a specific time or place in your code, and this is much simpler than using the `setTimeout` function.
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