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Setting the disabled attribute to <Input.Search /> only disables the input box without disabling the button, which creates potential problems
What is expected?
When you disable the Search component, you should also disable the Search button
What is actually happening?
The button will not be disabled, causing the corresponding callback to be triggered when the button is clicked (although theoretically it is possible to intercept the execution of this callback logic, but this design is not elegant)