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Typescript useDispatch 'expected 0-1 arguments, but got 2'

See original GitHub issue

I read through the similar recent issue from slugs99, but still can’t get Typescript to work.

I’m trying to use the new useDispatch syntax which takes two arguments, like so: const dispatchFilters = useDispatch(setFilter, 'filters');

I’m using the latest reactn (2.1.4). I went into types/provider.d.ts and it does appear that useDispatch is typed to take two arguments so I’m not sure what is wrong.

Perhaps something in my global.d.ts file is wrong? I’m using something similar to the default template.

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  • State:closed
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:7 (4 by maintainers)

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CharlesStovercommented, Jul 11, 2019

I’m going to close this since it was taken up in the Discord and now lacks context. If you still need help or have a clear Issue/reproduction, feel free to re-open or make a new issue with the context needed to resolve it. 😄

CharlesStovercommented, Jun 21, 2019

If you don’t use addReducer but put your Reducer in your global.d.ts file, TypeScript won’t complain at compile time, but it shouldn’t do anything at runtime, because that function won’t exist on the global state and isn’t actually being returned by useDispatch.

There is a Discord channel dedicated to ReactN, linked at the top and bottom of the README. I can’t guarantee that I am available to respond immediately, but I am responding in my free time. 😃

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