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From Raymond Wiker <rwi...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Problem parsing suggest response
Date Mon, 02 Sep 2013 16:44:21 GMT
On Sep 2, 2013, at 17:39 , Mysurf Mail <stammailbox@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I am having problems parsing suggest json response in c#.
> Here is an example
> 
> {
> 
>   - responseHeader:
>   {
>      - status: 0,
>      - QTime: 1
>      },
>   - spellcheck:
>   {
>      - suggestions:
>      [
>         - "at",
>         -
>         {
>            - numFound: 1,
>            - startOffset: 1,
>            - endOffset: 3,
>            - suggestion:
>            [
>               - "atrion"
>               ]
>            },
>         - "l",
>         -
>         {
>            - numFound: 2,
>            - startOffset: 4,
>            - endOffset: 5,
>            - suggestion:
>            [
>               - "lot",
>               - "loadtest_template_700"
>               ]
>            },
>         - "collation",
>         - ""atrion lot""
>         ]
>      }
> 
> }
> 
> 1. Is this a valid json? Shouldnt every item be surrounded by quatation
> marks?
> 2. The items "at" and "l" are not preceded by name.
> (This generates different xml in every online json-to-xml translater.
> Is this a standard json?
> Can I interfere with the structure?
> 
> Thanks.

The only problem I can see with that json structure is that it appears to have been pasted
from a web browser, which has munged the actual data (adding spurious dashes and un-escaped
quote characters). The hash-table syntax allows un-quoted names for the keys.
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