How to use map the correct way?

Tell us what’s happening:
As you can see, my code is wrong.
Your code so far

const state = [];

// Change code below this line
function mapStateToProps() {
return = messages) => <li key={st}> st</li>);

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Challenge: Map State to Props

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Hi @amejl172,
The instructions say:
This function should take state as an argument, then return an object which maps that state to specific property names.

In your code:
function mapStateToProps() {

You need to pass the state as an argument to the function:
function mapStateToProps(state) {

The next part of the function needs to return an object and have a property called messages passing state as the value
return {
messages: state

Let me know if you need any help :slight_smile:

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