async useState

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    majid ghasemi

    Library: react

    const [state, setState] = useState();
    useEffect(() => {callbackFunction()}, [state])
    
    Note: If you want the changes performed in the callback function to be reflected in the component’s rendered output,
      you would want to use useLayoutEffect instead of the useEffect react hook.
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