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I was very mistaken about the behavior of useCallback hook. I was under the impression that let's say if I had a code like this

const [value1, setValue1] = useState(null);
const [value2, setValue2] = useState(null);
const [value3, setValue3] = useState(null);

const foo = useCallback(() => console.log(value1, value2, value3), [value1, value2, value3])

and if I call a function that looks like this

function bar() {


I should always get a copy of the function foo that has all the updated dependencies. Which means the output should be

1 2 3

But it isn't. It's

null null null

So I'm using the useCallback hook wrong. Is there a hook that does what I want from a useCallback hook?

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