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Renders a list of elements from an array of primitives.

  • Use the value of the isOrdered prop to conditionally render a <ol> or <ul> list.
  • Use Array.prototype.map to render every item in data as a <li> element, give it a key produced from the concatenation of the its index and value.
  • Omit the isOrdered prop to render a <ul> list by default.
function DataList({ isOrdered, data }) {
  const list = data.map((val, i) => <li key={`${i}_${val}`}>{val}</li>);
  return isOrdered ? <ol>{list}</ol> : <ul>{list}</ul>;