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react-native-paper password input

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. We’re importing the TextInput component from react-native.
2. We’re creating a new component called MyApp.
3. We’re returning a component in the render function.
4. We’re passing a prop called secureTextEntry to the component.

The secureTextEntry prop is a boolean prop that hides the text a user enters into the component.

The component is a controlled component, which means the native value will be forced to match this value prop if provided.

For most uses, this works great, but in some cases this may cause flickering – one common cause is preventing edits by keeping value the same. In addition to simply setting the same value, either set editable={false}, or set/update maxLength to prevent unwanted edits without flicker.

The component accepts a prop called style. This prop can be passed a style object. The style object follows the same format as the style objects we’ve been passing to the component.

The component also accepts a prop called placeholder. This prop can be passed a string, and that string will be displayed inside the component when there is no text entered.

The component also accepts a prop called value. This prop can be passed a string, and that string will be displayed inside the component.

The component also accepts a prop called onChangeText. This prop can be passed a function, and that function will be called every time the text inside the component changes.

The component also accepts a prop called secureTextEntry. This prop can be passed a boolean, and when set to true, will hide the text a user enters into the component.

The component is a controlled component, which means the native value will be forced to match this value prop if provided.

For most uses, this works great, but in some cases this may cause flickering – one common cause is preventing edits by keeping value the same. In addition to simply setting the same value, either set editable={false}, or set/update maxLength to prevent unwanted edits without flicker.

The component accepts a prop called style. This prop can be passed a style object. The style object follows the same format as the style objects we’ve been passing to the component.

The component also accepts a prop called placeholder. This prop can be passed a string, and that string will be displayed inside the component when there is no text entered.

The component also accepts a prop called value. This prop can be passed a string, and that string will be displayed inside the component.

The component also accepts a prop called onChangeText. This prop can be passed a function, and that function will be called every time the text inside the component changes.

The component also accepts a prop called secureTextEntry. This prop can be passed a boolean, and when set to true, will hide the text a user enters into the component.

The component is a controlled component, which means the native value will be forced to match this value prop if provided.

For most uses, this works great, but in some cases this may cause flickering – one common cause is preventing edits by keeping value the same. In addition to simply setting the same value, either set editable={false}, or set/update maxLength to prevent unwanted edits without flicker.

The component accepts a prop

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