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What is the error occurring in navigation.navigate when using TypeScript?

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answered 2023-01-16 11:00:00 +0000

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The error occurring in navigation.navigate when using TypeScript can vary depending on the context and code. However, some common errors include:

  1. "Property 'navigate' does not exist on type 'NavigationProp<paramlistbase>'.": This error occurs when TypeScript is unable to locate the 'navigate' function in the NavigationProp object. This can happen if the screen component is not properly defined with the correct props, or if there is a typo in the function name.

  2. "Type 'string' is not assignable to type 'undefined'.": This error occurs when trying to pass an undefined parameter to the 'navigate' function. It can be solved by checking if the parameter exists and is not undefined before passing it to the function.

  3. "Argument of type 'undefined' is not assignable to parameter of type 'keyof ...'": This error occurs when using a string literal as a parameter instead of a key of the navigation stack. It can be solved by passing the correct key of the navigation stack to the function.

To resolve the above errors, it is recommended to review the syntax and code of the component, check for any typos or incorrect data types, and consult the documentation for the specific navigation library being used.

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