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    Refactor Inlined React setState Function to a setState Updater Factory

    React's setState accepts an updater function that given current state returns new state. To better define and manage our setState usages, we can extract our inlined setState function to a setState updater factory. This enables us to give it a descriptive name, define required arguments, and ease future reuse, refactoring and composition for updating component state in our application.

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