I’m a beginner at React and I’m trying to implement single selection on my cards where in only one card can be selected at a time and the selected card is highlighted. This is my borderCard component

export const BorderCard = styled.div`
  width: 100%;
  box-sizing: border-box;
  background: {(props) =>     props.selected ? "#E8F1FF" : "#FFFFFF"};   border:{(props) =>
      props.selected ? "1.5px solid #2375A4" : "1px solid #d5dde3"}

This BorderCard is then used in my PaymentCard component

const PaymentCard = ({ option }) => {
  return (
    <BorderCard style={{ marginTop: "10px"}} selected  >
        <StatusHead style={{ fontWeight: 500 }}>{option.optionText}</StatusHead>
        <StatusHead>₹ {formatAmount(option.totalPayable)}</StatusHead>

And finally all these payment cards are displayed one after the other using maps.

return ( 
           {paymentOptions.map((option, index) => (
                <PaymentCard key={index} option ={option} onChange = {() => setisSelected(index)}
           <Row style={{ marginTop: "15px", alignItems: "flex-start" }}>
                    fontSize: "20px",
                    paddingTop: "2px",
                    margin: "0 8px",
                  {paymentOptions.length > 0
                    ? paymentOptions[0].lateChargeText
                    : ""}

I have prop called selected in the BorderCard component and on passing it in the PaymentCard component all the cards are selected instead of one. Secondly in the final return statement I have paymentOptions[0] hard coded where it should be based on the on the array element (i.e card) currently selected. For that I understand I can use the findIndex() method to get the index of the card currently selected but I’m not able to write a function to handleSelection and to appropriately use the selected prop in my BorderCard component. Should I use a state to store the selected card instead? Please help me understand this.

const handleSelection = ;
const selectedIndex = paymentOptions.findIndex(handleSelection);

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Anonymous Asked question May 14, 2021