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JS à JSON

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var obj = {a: "a", b: "b" /*...*/};
var string = JSON.stringify(obj);
// OUTPUT:
// "{'a':'a', 'b':'b'}"
let data = {
  name: "John Smith",
  age: 30,
  hobbies: ["Programming", "Video Games"]
};

// {name:"John Smith",age:30,hobbies:["Programming","Video Games"]}
let miny = JSON.stringify(data);

// The 4 parameter signifys 4 spaces. You can also use "\t".
/* {
 *     name: "John Smith",
 *     age: 30,
 *     ...
 */
let pretty = JSON.stringify(data, null, 4);
var person={"first_name":"Tony","last_name":"Hawk","age":31};
var personJSONString=JSON.stringify(person); 
var obj = {name: "Martin", age: 30, country: "United States"};
 
// Converting JS object to JSON string
var json = JSON.stringify(obj);
 
console.log(json);
// Prints: {"name":"Martin","age":30,"country":"United States"} 
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var jsonPerson = '{"first_name":"billy", "age":23}';
var personObject = JSON.parse(jsonPerson); //parse json string into JS object
<script>
  // Convert JSON String to JavaScript Object
  var JSONString = '[{"name":"Jonathan Suh","gender":"male"},{"name":"William Philbin","gender":"male"},{"name":"Allison McKinnery","gender":"female"}]';

  var JSONObject = JSON.parse(JSONString);
  console.log(JSONObject);      // Dump all data of the Object in the console
  alert(JSONObject[0]["name"]); // Access Object data
</script>