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Module std.json

JavaScript Object Notation



import std.conv : to;

// parse a file or string of json into a usable structure
string s = `{ "language": "D", "rating": 3.5, "code": "42" }`;
JSONValue j = parseJSON(s);
// j and j["language"] return JSONValue,
// j["language"].str returns a string
writeln(j["language"].str); // "D"
writeln(j["rating"].floating); // 3.5

// check a type
long x;
if (const(JSONValue)* code = "code" in j)
    if (code.type() == JSON_TYPE.INTEGER)
        x = code.integer;
        x = to!int(code.str);

// create a json struct
JSONValue jj = [ "language": "D" ];
// rating doesnt exist yet, so use .object to assign
jj.object["rating"] = JSONValue(3.5);
// create an array to assign to list
jj.object["list"] = JSONValue( ["a", "b", "c"] );
// list already exists, so .object optional
jj["list"].array ~= JSONValue("D");

string jjStr = `{"language":"D","list":["a","b","c","D"],"rating":3.5}`;
writeln(jj.toString); // jjStr


Name Description
parseJSON Parses a serialized string and returns a tree of JSON values.
parseJSON Parses a serialized string and returns a tree of JSON values.
toJSON Takes a tree of JSON values and returns the serialized string.


Name Description
JSONException Exception thrown on JSON errors


Name Description
JSONValue JSON value node


Name Description
JSONFloatLiteral String literals used to represent special float values within JSON strings.
JSONOptions Flags that control how json is encoded and parsed.
JSON_TYPE JSON type enumeration


Jeremie Pelletier, David Herberth


Boost License 1.0.