Appendix E. JSON
Farewell: the leisure and the fearful time Cuts off the ceremonious vows of love And ample interchange of sweet discourse, Which so long sunder'd friends should dwell upon: God give us leisure for these rites of love! Once more, adieu: be valiant, and speed well!
JSON has six kinds of values: objects, arrays, strings, numbers, booleans
false), and the special value
null. Whitespace (spaces, tabs, carriage returns, and newline characters)
may be inserted before or after any value. This can make JSON texts easier for
humans to read. Whitespace may be omitted to reduce transmission or storage
A JSON object is an unordered container of name/value pairs. A name can be any string. A value can be any JSON value, including arrays and objects. JSON objects can be nested to any depth, but generally it is most effective ...