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Good! Any time that someone types or deletes in <input />, the handleUserInput function will update this.state.userInput with the <input />'s text.

Since you're using this.setState, that means that Input needs a getInitialState function!

You know that a getInitialState function should return an object, and that that object should contain a property for each piece of state that you want. So far, that gets you here:

getInitialState: function () { return { userInput: ????? }; }

What should this.state.userInput's initial value be?

Well, this.state.userInput will be displayed in the <input />. What should the initial text in the <input /> be, when a user first visits the page?

The initial text should be blank! Otherwise it would look like someone had already typed something.

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