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Call A Function From Another Class Component In React.js

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I would like to split my render into several parts.

There must be some code bits missing because my real code is more than a thousand lines, this one is for example.

Basically I would like to be able to call Page2 and use the functions handleSubmit and handleChange in the Page2. But when i'm calling Page2, the code say he don't find the handleSubmit and the handleChange. I would like it to work as if I had not separated my code into several functions. If anyone have a idea :/

So I separated my code like this:

Page1.js :

  import {Page2} from './Page2';

  const initialState = { test:'', test2: ''};


  export default class Page1 extends Component {
          constructor(props) {
            super(props);
            this.state = initialState;
            this.handleSubmit = this.handleSubmit.bind(this);
            this.handleChange = this.handleChange.bind(this);
           }
          handleChange(event) {
            const InputValue = event.target.value;
            const stateField = event.target.name;
            this.setState({
              [stateField]: InputValue,
            });
           console.log(this.state);
         }

         async handleSubmit(event) {
            this.setState({ loading: true });
            event.preventDefault();
            const { test= ''} = this.state;
            await axios.post(' (endpoint API)',
             { key1: `${test}`);
         }
       render() {
        return (
          <Tabs selectedIndex={this.state.tabIndex} onSelect={tabIndex => this.setState({ tabIndex })}>
            <TabList>
              <Tab >Non Dynamique</Tab>
              <Tab> Automation </Tab>
          </TabList>
          <TabPanel>
            <Input type="number" step="0.01" name="test" onChange={this.handleChange} value= 
               {this.state.test || ''}/> </Col>
           <Button type="submit"> Update </Button>
           </TabPanel>
           <TabPanel>
             {this.Page2}

           </TabPanel>
          );
      }
}

Page 2:

    export class Page2 extends Component {
     render() {
      return(
        <Input type="number" step="0.01" name="test2" onChange={this.handleChange} value= 
               {this.state.test || ''}/> </Col>
        <Button type="submit"> Update </Button>
           );
        }
      }    

Thank you for any response

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Answer

you need to render page2 as react component and pass those function reference as props something like this.

<Page2 handleChange={this.handleChange} handleSubmit={this.handleSubmit} />

In Page2 component you can get the above function reference in props.

export default class Page2 extends React.Component {
        constructor(props) {
          super(props);
          this.state= {

          }
         }

     render() {
       const { handleSubmit, handleChange} = this.props
      return(
        <div>
         <Input type="number" step="0.01" name="test2" onChange={handleChange} value= 
           {this.state.test || ''}/> 
         <Button type="submit" onSumbit={handleSubmit}> Update </Button>
       </div>
      )
    }
}
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source: stackoverflow.com
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