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I'm actually trying to target some DOM elements in my empty state with useState and useEffect hooks.
No problem at all, I think I'm doing right. Here's my actual code :

const [state, setState] = useState({
    title: [],
    subtitle: []
});

useEffect(() => {
    const myNewTitle = ["Hello", "World"];
    const myNewSubtitle = ["What's", "up?"];

    setState({...state, title: myNewTitle, subtitle: myNewSubtitle})
    console.log(state)
}, [state]);

Here, my console displays an infinite loop.
I tried to write an empty array [], but the new values of my state are not displaying in the console, like I would like to.
So, I wrote this : [state.title[0], state.subtitle[0]]);

I don't know if my code is correct or not. The console displays what I wanted, the new values of my state.
But I got this warning in my console :

React Hook useEffect has a missing dependency: 'state'. Either include it or remove the dependency array. You can also do a functional update 'setState(s => ...)' if you only need 'state' in the 'setState' call react-hooks/exhaustive-deps

Actually, I don't know how to fix this issue. Can someone help me, please ?

Precisions : Of course, this is a really easy example. In my project, I want to re-use my state (title+subtitle) in functions wrote outside of the useEffect hook.

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