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How to use the JavaScript JSON.parse() function?
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The JSON.parse() method is the best way to parse a JSON string to build an object:

const json = '{"string":"example", "integer":12}';
let obj = JSON.parse(json);
obj will contain an object with the JSON content:

console.log(obj);
// Expected output: 
// {
// 		string:"example",
//		integer:12
// }

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Answer by Alphonsio 05/03/2020 at 09:02:21 AM

The JSON.parse() method is the best way to parse a JSON string to build an object:

const json = '{"string":"example", "integer":12}';
let obj = JSON.parse(json);
obj will contain an object with the JSON content:

console.log(obj);
// Expected output: 
// {
// 		string:"example",
//		integer:12
// }

Question by Alphonsio 05/03/2020 at 09:00:10 AM
How to use the JavaScript JSON.parse() function?
Question by Alphonsio 05/03/2020 at 09:00:00 AM
How to use the JavaScript JSON.parse() method?
Answer by Alphonsio 05/03/2020 at 08:59:30 AM

The JSON.parse() method is the best way to parse a JSON string to build an object:

const json = '{"string":"example", "integer":12}';
const obj = JSON.parse(json);
obj will contain an object with the JSON content:

console.log(obj);
// Expected output: 
// {
// 		string:"example",
//		integer:12
// }

Question by Alphonsio 05/03/2020 at 08:53:55 AM
How to parse JSON in JavaScript?
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