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import React from “react”;const Test = () => {const Test = [{id: 1,name: “Ahsan”,},{id: 2,name: “Sakib”,},];return (<div>{Test.map((test) => (<li>test.name</li>))}</div>);};export default Test;

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I am a web developer. I have excellent skills in web development. Worked in HTML, CSS3, Reactjs,Nextjs, Javascript, TypeScript, Bootstrap, and MaterialUI.

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I am a web developer. I have excellent skills in web development. Worked in HTML, CSS3, Reactjs,Nextjs, Javascript, TypeScript, Bootstrap, and MaterialUI.

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