This community-built FAQ covers the “Passing Arguments to Thunks” exercise from the lesson “Redux Middleware and Thunks”.
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This exercise can be found in the following Codecademy content:
Create an Advanced Web App with React and Redux
Async Actions with Middleware and Thunks
Learn Redux: Middleware and Thunks
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