Array of Items JSON

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November 30, 2020


I: Introduction

A: Json quick introduction to json data javascript using json

Json is a simple way to store data in JavaScript programming. Data can be stored in different structures like arrays, objects, strings, numbers and booleans. Json stands for JavaScript Object Notation. It is a lightweight method of storing data which can be easily transferred over the web. The data stored in the json format is known as json data.

Javascript is a scripting language created by Netscape that allows programmers to create interactive web pages. Javascript uses the JSON format to store data on a website and is commonly used for creating dynamic and interactive pages.

II: Body

A: Array of items json

Arrays are one of the most common obects used with Json data. An array represents a group of data elements that share the same characteristics. For example, you can use arrays to store an array of items such as fruits. The items of the array may be fruits like apple, mango, orange, banana etc.

var fruits = [“apple”,”mango”,”orange”,”banana”];

var fruits = [“apple”,”mango”,”orange”,”banana”];

var fruits = [“apple”,”mango”,”orange”,”banana”];

var fruits = [“apple”,”mango”,”orange”,”banana”];

var fruits = [“apple”,”mango”,”orange”,”banana”];

var fruits = [“apple”,”mango”,”orange”,”banana”];

var fruits = [“apple”,”mango”,”orange”,”banana”];

var fruits = [“apple”,”mango”,”orange”,”banana”];

var fruits = [ “apple “ , “mango “ , “orange “ , “banana “ ];

var fruits = [ “apple “ , “mango “ , “orange “ , “banana “ ];

var fruits = [ “apple “ , “mango “ , “orange “ , “banana “ ];

var fruits = [ “apple “ , “mango “ , “orange “ , “banana “ ];

var fruits = [ “apple “ , “mango “ , “orange “ , “banana “ ];

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B: Objects JSON quick Introduction to objects JSON Quick introduction to objects in javascript using json data. Objects are one of the most common objects used with Json data. An object represents a group of properties that are related to the same entity. For example you can use objects to store an object of users who have access to your website. The properties of the object may be names, passwords etc. Of course the user can also be an array of objects like below: var users={ firstName: "John", lastName: "Doe", age: 50 } var firstName= "John"; var lastName= "Doe"; var age= 50; var firstName= "John"; var lastName= "Doe"; var age= 50; var firstName= "John"; var lastName= "Doe"; var age= 50; var firstName= "John"; var lastName= "Doe"; var age= 50; var firstName= "John"; var lastName= "Doe"; var age= 50; var firstName= "John"; var lastName= "Doe"; var age= 50; III: Conclusion Introduction to json data javascript using json Conclusion We have seen how we can create an array and an object with Json data and use it in JavaScript.

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