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(Excel) JSON Iterate Members

Demonstrates how to loop over the immediate members of a JSON object.

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Dim json As Chilkat.JsonObject
Set json = Chilkat.NewJsonObject

Dim jsonStr As String
jsonStr = "{ ""id"": 1, ""name"": ""A green door"", ""tags"": [""home"", ""green""], ""price"": 125 }"

Dim success As Boolean
success = json.Load(jsonStr)
If (success <> True) Then
    Debug.Print json.LastErrorText
    Exit Sub
End If

Dim numMembers As Long
numMembers = json.Size
Dim i As Long
For i = 0 To numMembers - 1

    Dim name As String
    name = json.NameAt(i)
    Dim value As String
    value = json.StringAt(i)

    Debug.Print name; ": "; value

    Dim iValue As Long
    iValue = json.IntAt(i)
    Debug.Print name; " as integer: "; iValue

Next

'  Note: The StringAt method returns the value as a string regardless of the type.
'  If the value is a JSON array (such as for ["home", "green"]), then the JSON encoding
'  of the entire array is returned.

'  The IntAt method returns the value as an integer.  If the value does not convert to
'  an integer, then 0 is returned.

 

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