How to store the json data of a stream which has multiple keys in a variable?

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asked Nov 20, 2023 by Shawpnil

2 Answers

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I'm not sure what programming language you are using, but you should be able to store the list of keys in some kind of array or list data structure.
answered Nov 21, 2023 by MultiChain
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Let's assume you have a JSON stream like this:

  "key1": "value1",
  "key2": "value2",
  "key3": "value3"

Here's how you might store it in a Python variable:

import json

# Assuming your JSON stream is coming from somewhere, for example, a file or an API response
json_stream = '{"key1": "value1", "key2": "value2", "key3": "value3"}'

# Parse the JSON stream into a Python dictionary
data = json.loads(json_stream)

# Now 'data' is a dictionary containing your JSON data

In this example, json_stream is a string representing your JSON data. The json.loads() function is used to parse the JSON string into a Python dictionary (data). Now, you can access values using keys: papa's freezeria

print(data["key1"])  # Output: value1
print(data["key2"])  # Output: value2


answered Nov 27, 2023 by blocksbank