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How to find the minimum value of an array in React JS?

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To find the minimum value of an array in React, you can use the JavaScript Math.min() function along with the spread operator (...) to expand the array into individual arguments. Here’s how you can do it:

import React from 'react';

function MinValueFinder({ numbers }) {
  const minValue = Math.min(...numbers);

  return (
      <p>Minimum value: {minValue}</p>

export default MinValueFinder;

In this example, the MinValueFinder component takes an array of numbers as a prop called numbers. The Math.min(...numbers) expression calculates the minimum value by spreading the array elements as separate arguments to the Math.min() function.

You can use this component like this:

<MinValueFinder numbers={[5, 2, 8, 1, 10]} />

Replace the numbers prop with your own array of numbers. The component will display the minimum value from the provided array.

Keep in mind that this approach works for arrays containing numeric values. If you need to find the minimum value of an array containing non-numeric or complex objects, you might need to implement a custom comparison function.

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