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How do I avoid unused setState functions? Can React useState be created without a setter?

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I'm currently reducing / removing npm warnings on a React site.

A large number of these warnings are caused by the setState function as seen below, being 'unused'.

Code:
const [state, setState] = useState('some state');

Which of the following would be a better way to remove these warnings? Or is there a better way to approach the issue?

1.

Code:
const[state] = useState('some state');

Code:
const state = 'some state';

<p>I'm currently reducing / removing npm warnings on a React site.</p>
<p>A large number of these warnings are caused by the setState function as seen below, being 'unused'.</p>
<pre><code>const [state, setState] = useState('some state');
</code></pre>
<p>Which of the following would be a better way to remove these warnings? Or is there a better way to approach the issue?</p>
<p>1.</p>
<pre><code>const[state] = useState('some state');
</code></pre>
<ol start="2">
<li></li>
</ol>
<pre><code>const state = 'some state';
</code></pre>
 
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