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Hello I'm having this error:

Argument of type 'string' is not assignable to parameter of type 'SetStateAction<number>'.

this is a part of my code:

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const[ idPadre, setIdPadre ] = useState<number>(0);
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<select 
       onChange={ (e) => setIdPadre( e.target.value ) }
       value={ idPadre }
>
<option value="">Select...</option>
       {data.map((item) => {
                            return <option key={item.id}
                                    value={ item.id }
                            >{item.description}</option>
                            })}                                
</select>

so, I'm adding data from file json and I want that select an item and value get id.

The error is pretty descriptive. You cannot pass parameter of type string into the useState hook which expects number.

You're calling the setIdPadre hook with the e.target.value variable, which is a string.

What you can do instead is convert the value into a number:

{ (e) => setIdPadre( parseInt(e.target.value) ) }
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