how to create a list in easyJSON

Matt Maier blueback09 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 8 02:22:33 CET 2017


As a warning for others, fastJSON is not directly interchangeable with
easyJSON.

I'm using a big array that has a couple levels of numeric keys before you
get to the text keys. When fastJSON converts the array to JSON it throws
out the numeric keys and just turns everything into a list.

I don't think that would actually be a problem, except that in my data
structure the [0] key has important metadata in it and when fastJSON
converts back from JSON to an array it doesn't start counting at 0, so all
of the data comes back but it's offset.

At least, this is the newest version of fastJSON from github and some old
version of easyJSON that I've had around for a long time (not sure what
version it is).

On Tue, Jan 3, 2017 at 8:05 AM, Bob Sneidar <bobsneidar at iotecdigital.com>
wrote:

> Hmmm... all of this may explain why a table in a PDF fillable form breaks
> the controls out as columns, not records. So when populating an FDF file,
> my data needs to have each column in it's own variable, or else I have to
> do nested repeats to place it all correctly.
>
> Bob S
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