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© Wallace Jackson 2016

Wallace Jackson, JSON Quick Syntax Reference, 10.1007/978-1-4842-1863-1_7

7. JSON Character Values: Defining Strings in JSON

Wallace Jackson

(1)Lompoc, California, USA

Chapter 6 looked at the two different types of special data types, Boolean and null; Chapter 4 covered JSON object data structures, the primary structures used to define objects; and Chapter 5 discussed the secondary array data structure used to define data arrays. This chapter looks at the string data values that define the text values supported in JSON data-definition structures. You saw how to use strings to some extent in Chapters 4 and 5. In this chapter, you go over the finer details of strings, Unicode character support, and some of the specifics of how ...

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