SimpleJSON | a simple JSON parser | JSON Processing library

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SimpleJSON is a Java library typically used in Utilities, JSON Processing applications. SimpleJSON has no bugs and it has low support. However SimpleJSON has 1 vulnerabilities and it build file is not available. You can download it from GitHub.

a simple JSON parser

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              SimpleJSON has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 30 star(s) with 7 fork(s). There are 2 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              SimpleJSON has no issues reported. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of SimpleJSON is current.

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              SimpleJSON has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

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              SimpleJSON has 1 vulnerability issues reported (0 critical, 0 high, 1 medium, 0 low).
              SimpleJSON code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

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            kandi has reviewed SimpleJSON and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into SimpleJSON implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.
            • Parses a string into a JArray object
            • Reads a number
            • Start token
            • Parses an array
            • Converts a JSON string to an instance of the given class
            • Inflates String list
            • Returns a string representation of this map
            • Returns a string representation of the list
            • Get response from url
            • Converts a Json string into a Json object
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            Community Discussions


            Poetry | AttributeError 'Link' object has no attribute 'name'
            Asked 2022-Mar-23 at 10:22

            I want to install packages from poetry.lock file; using poetry install.

            However, the majority of packages throw the exact same error, indicating a shared fundamental problem.

            What is causing this? What is the standard fix?


            • Windows 10,
            • Visual Studio Code,
            • Python 3.8.10 & Poetry 1.1.11,
            • Ubuntu Bash.


            • rm poetry.lock
            • poetry update
            • poetry install


            Answered 2022-Mar-23 at 10:22

            This looks to be an active issue relating to poetry. See here - Issue #4085. Some suggest a workaround by downgrading poetry-core down to 1.0.4.

            There is an active PR to fix the issue.



            how to extract json data from jquery Id while scrapping/crawling
            Asked 2022-Mar-01 at 08:57

            I have some issue when fetch api data the data will comes in JQuery format as shown in bellow

            the data is coming through API in below belo format when I use responce.text

            ('jQuery22409533634503620285_1646033040125([{"id":"3512497","auction_day":"18 ' 'january at 10:00 CET","auction_name":"Decorative sale 18 January ' '2022","auction_type":6,"auction_is_live":false,"auction_status":"published","catalog_key":546,"catalog_nr":"592","catalog_total":951,"catalog_prev":null,"catalog_next":{"auction_seo":"20211109","catalog_nr":"100"},"is_primary_object":false,"is_premium":false,"in_memory_list":false,"telephone_bid":false,"logged_in":false,"user_id":false,"asian_pre_registered":false,"is_premium_user":false,"client_identified":false,"client_pep_answered":false,"title":"Pablo ' 'Picasso","body":"Efter. \"Fredsmappen\". Signerade Picasso i trycket samt ' 'numrerade i blyerts 260\/500. Edition Mouvement de la Paix, Paris. Sju ' 'litografier, 28 x 38 cm (vardera ' 'blad).","petits":"1974.","condition":"Samtliga ramade. Ej examinerade ur ' 'ramar. N\u00e5got gulnade. N\u00e5got varierande ramm\u00e5tt: ' '36 x 47 cm och 36 x 46 ' 'cm.","provenance":null,"exhibition":null,"literature":null,"change":null,"context":null,"artist_name":"Pablo ' 'Picasso","artist_years":"Spanien\/Frankrike 1881-1973. ' '","dds":1,"export_ban":0,"estimate":"8.000 - ' '10.000","estimates":{"estimate_from_sek":"8000","estimate_to_sek":"10000","estimate_from_eur":"780","estimate_to_eur":"1000"},"hammer_price":"7000","absentee_bid_deadline":"2022-01-18 ' '10:00:00","bids_allowed":false,"latest_bid":"7000","minimum_bid":{"show":false,"my_max_bid":null,"my_max_bid_human":null,"leading_bid":null,"leading_bidder":null,"bids":[],"minimum_bid":null,"minimum_bid_human":null,"button_text":null,"valid_bid":false},"auction":"20220118","seo_name":"20220118","img_alt":"Pablo ' 'Picasso Spanien\/Frankrike 1881-1973. Efter. \"Fredsmappen\". Signerade ' 'Picasso i trycket samt numrerade i blyerts 260\/500. Edition Mouvement de ' 'la Paix, Paris. Sju litografier, 28 x 38 cm (vardera ' 'blad).","images":[{"id":"3512497","catalog_nr":"592","path210":"\/view\/210\/3512497.png?1638276330","path464":"\/view\/464\/3512497.jpg?1638276330","path900":"\/view\/900\/3512497.jpg?1638276330","large":"\/view\/large\/3512497.jpg?1638276330"},{"id":"3512497-1","catalog_nr":"592-1","path210":"\/view\/210\/3512497-1.png?1638276323","path464":"\/view\/464\/3512497-1.jpg?1638276323","path900":"\/view\/900\/3512497-1.jpg?1638276323","large":"\/view\/large\/3512497-1.jpg?1638276323"},{"id":"3512497-2","catalog_nr":"592-2","path210":"\/view\/210\/3512497-2.png?1638276316","path464":"\/view\/464\/3512497-2.jpg?1638276316","path900":"\/view\/900\/3512497-2.jpg?1638276316","large":"\/view\/large\/3512497-2.jpg?1638276316"},{"id":"3512497-3","catalog_nr":"592-3","path210":"\/view\/210\/3512497-3.png?1638276320","path464":"\/view\/464\/3512497-3.jpg?1638276320","path900":"\/view\/900\/3512497-3.jpg?1638276320","large":"\/view\/large\/3512497-3.jpg?1638276320"},{"id":"3512497-4","catalog_nr":"592-4","path210":"\/view\/210\/3512497-4.png?1638276313","path464":"\/view\/464\/3512497-4.jpg?1638276313","path900":"\/view\/900\/3512497-4.jpg?1638276313","large":"\/view\/large\/3512497-4.jpg?1638276313"},{"id":"3512497-5","catalog_nr":"592-5","path210":"\/view\/210\/3512497-5.png?1638276310","path464":"\/view\/464\/3512497-5.jpg?1638276310","path900":"\/view\/900\/3512497-5.jpg?1638276310","large":"\/view\/large\/3512497-5.jpg?1638276310"},{"id":"3512497-6","catalog_nr":"592-6","path210":"\/view\/210\/3512497-6.png?1638276306","path464":"\/view\/464\/3512497-6.jpg?1638276306","path900":"\/view\/900\/3512497-6.jpg?1638276306","large":"\/view\/large\/3512497-6.jpg?1638276306"},{"id":"3512497-7","catalog_nr":"592-7","path210":"\/view\/210\/3512497-7.png?1638276289","path464":"\/view\/464\/3512497-7.jpg?1638276289","path900":"\/view\/900\/3512497-7.jpg?1638276289","large":"\/view\/large\/3512497-7.jpg?1638276289"}],"viewing":null,"department":"Modern ' 'Prints & Books","department_id":100,"transport":"300"}])')

            I wanna output in json format

            [{"id":"3512497","auction_day":"18 ' 'january at 10:00 CET","auction_name":"Decorative sale 18 January ' '2022","auction_type":6,"auction_is_live":false,"auction_status":"published","catalog_key":546,"catalog_nr":"592","catalog_total":951,"catalog_prev":null,"catalog_next":{"auction_seo":"20211109","catalog_nr":"100"},"is_primary_object":false,"is_premium":false,"in_memory_list":false,"telephone_bid":false,"logged_in":false,"user_id":false,"asian_pre_registered":false,"is_premium_user":false,"client_identified":false,"client_pep_answered":false,"title":"Pablo ' 'Picasso","body":"Efter. \"Fredsmappen\". Signerade Picasso i trycket samt ' 'numrerade i blyerts 260\/500. Edition Mouvement de la Paix, Paris. Sju ' 'litografier, 28 x 38 cm (vardera ' 'blad).","petits":"1974.","condition":"Samtliga ramade. Ej examinerade ur ' 'ramar. N\u00e5got gulnade. N\u00e5got varierande ramm\u00e5tt: ' '36 x 47 cm och 36 x 46 ' 'cm.","provenance":null,"exhibition":null,"literature":null,"change":null,"context":null,"artist_name":"Pablo ' 'Picasso","artist_years":"Spanien\/Frankrike 1881-1973. ' '","dds":1,"export_ban":0,"estimate":"8.000 - ' '10.000","estimates":{"estimate_from_sek":"8000","estimate_to_sek":"10000","estimate_from_eur":"780","estimate_to_eur":"1000"},"hammer_price":"7000","absentee_bid_deadline":"2022-01-18 ' '10:00:00","bids_allowed":false,"latest_bid":"7000","minimum_bid":{"show":false,"my_max_bid":null,"my_max_bid_human":null,"leading_bid":null,"leading_bidder":null,"bids":[],"minimum_bid":null,"minimum_bid_human":null,"button_text":null,"valid_bid":false},"auction":"20220118","seo_name":"20220118","img_alt":"Pablo ' 'Picasso Spanien\/Frankrike 1881-1973. Efter. \"Fredsmappen\". Signerade ' 'Picasso i trycket samt numrerade i blyerts 260\/500. Edition Mouvement de ' 'la Paix, Paris. Sju litografier, 28 x 38 cm (vardera ' 'blad).","images":[{"id":"3512497","catalog_nr":"592","path210":"\/view\/210\/3512497.png?1638276330","path464":"\/view\/464\/3512497.jpg?1638276330","path900":"\/view\/900\/3512497.jpg?1638276330","large":"\/view\/large\/3512497.jpg?1638276330"},{"id":"3512497-1","catalog_nr":"592-1","path210":"\/view\/210\/3512497-1.png?1638276323","path464":"\/view\/464\/3512497-1.jpg?1638276323","path900":"\/view\/900\/3512497-1.jpg?1638276323","large":"\/view\/large\/3512497-1.jpg?1638276323"},{"id":"3512497-2","catalog_nr":"592-2","path210":"\/view\/210\/3512497-2.png?1638276316","path464":"\/view\/464\/3512497-2.jpg?1638276316","path900":"\/view\/900\/3512497-2.jpg?1638276316","large":"\/view\/large\/3512497-2.jpg?1638276316"},{"id":"3512497-3","catalog_nr":"592-3","path210":"\/view\/210\/3512497-3.png?1638276320","path464":"\/view\/464\/3512497-3.jpg?1638276320","path900":"\/view\/900\/3512497-3.jpg?1638276320","large":"\/view\/large\/3512497-3.jpg?1638276320"},{"id":"3512497-4","catalog_nr":"592-4","path210":"\/view\/210\/3512497-4.png?1638276313","path464":"\/view\/464\/3512497-4.jpg?1638276313","path900":"\/view\/900\/3512497-4.jpg?1638276313","large":"\/view\/large\/3512497-4.jpg?1638276313"},{"id":"3512497-5","catalog_nr":"592-5","path210":"\/view\/210\/3512497-5.png?1638276310","path464":"\/view\/464\/3512497-5.jpg?1638276310","path900":"\/view\/900\/3512497-5.jpg?1638276310","large":"\/view\/large\/3512497-5.jpg?1638276310"},{"id":"3512497-6","catalog_nr":"592-6","path210":"\/view\/210\/3512497-6.png?1638276306","path464":"\/view\/464\/3512497-6.jpg?1638276306","path900":"\/view\/900\/3512497-6.jpg?1638276306","large":"\/view\/large\/3512497-6.jpg?1638276306"},{"id":"3512497-7","catalog_nr":"592-7","path210":"\/view\/210\/3512497-7.png?1638276289","path464":"\/view\/464\/3512497-7.jpg?1638276289","path900":"\/view\/900\/3512497-7.jpg?1638276289","large":"\/view\/large\/3512497-7.jpg?1638276289"}],"viewing":null,"department":"Modern ' 'Prints & Books","department_id":100,"transport":"300"}]

            my code is bellow with error while use json



            Answered 2022-Mar-01 at 08:57
            import requests
            import json
            url = ""
            payload = "callback=jQuery22401117076961935719_1646032781147&estimate_max=100000000&estimate_min=1000&hammer_max=100000000&hammer_min=1000&query=picasso&per_page=100&language_id=2&paging=1&token=&_=1646032781148"
            headers = {'Content-Type': 'text/json','Cookie':'session=d1c582b3ef346ceedf3645751cb8c452eb0b5d0a%7E621c77ed469a41-62319936'}
            response = requests.request("GET", url, headers=headers, data=payload)
            # convert response to str
            content = response.text
            # get part of str 
            content_part = content.split(',"objects":')[1].split(',"pagination":[{"page":1,"selected":true},{"page":2,'
            # convert to json
            content_json = json.loads(content_part)
            # print id 



            Ansible win_updates won't work on Debian 11 /("msg": "winrm put_file failed; \nstdout: Active code page: 1252\r)
            Asked 2022-Jan-21 at 14:02

            I am fairly new to Ansible and have now started automating some repetitive Windows administration tasks.

            As a controller I use a Debian 11 VM where I have only Ansible and pywinrm installed. My test target is a Windows Server 2016 and everything works fine, I can install programs, create users or copy files. The only thing that does not work is the module "win_updates".

            I get the following message back when I call win_updates.



            Answered 2022-Jan-21 at 14:02

            Adding the suitable env vars solved my problem.



            Calling `pip uninstall` from the source folder where ` install` was called
            Asked 2022-Jan-19 at 11:24

            If I clone a repos that uses setuptools, I can install it using python3 install --user.

            For example:



            Answered 2022-Jan-19 at 11:24

            In the output of the pip show -f pybliometrics command, we can read:



            How to share data between multiple python environments and active scripts controlled by a master script?
            Asked 2022-Jan-01 at 21:38

            I'm having trouble finding info on this. I've seen numerous posts about sharing data between scripts running in the same environment, but not between environments.

            I'm using Anaconda, and 16 envs that use several different python versions—python 3.5 to 3.8-for running various scripts/apps. I'm now working on shell scripts and a master python script that will control the launching of other envs, launching scripts, opening OS native apps and automating scripted tasks, and all will be saving, moving, and accessing data from several master folders on the same machine. I suppose the master script will behave like a mini server, and it also lives in its own env.

            What I'm trying to figure out is if there's a way to easily pipe data between the environments, or do I have to store things in yaml or JSON files that they can all access (such as passing custom environment variables from the master env to all the others, or one script letting another know when it has completed, or detecting when a specific terminal window has closed)?

            I don't need most scripts to share data between each other directly. I need to have feedback sent from the other envs to the master script that will be in control of everything and print output in its terminal window and fire up shell scripts. I need that master script to communicate with the other envs/scripts to give them new tasks and to load up the envs themselves, and so it knows that it's time to do something else—basically event listener and even handler stuff (I assume) along with watch folders. Most of them will run consecutively. Some scripts will be run at the same time from their own shells from the same environment, processing different data, and at times the master script (or an individual script) will pause and await user feedback in the master script terminal.

            It might sound more complicated than it really is as most things happen linearly and the data that needs to be shared is small events and variables. One thing starts and finishes, a watch folder sees new files and the master fires up a new env and launches a script to process them, then the next kicks off, then the next, then 4 of the same thing kick off, then an app opens and runs a task and closes, then user is prompted how to proceed to choose which task runs next, etc. etc..

            I found these packages which seem promising for some of the tasks:

            • python-dotenv and python-dotenv[cli]
            • watchdog and watchdog[watchmedo]
            • PyYAML
            • libyaml
            • appscript
            • inquirer
            • simplejson
            • cliclick (mac os Terminal commands for executing keyboard commands and mouse movements)

            Creating lambda functions seems to be an easy way for executing os/system commands with python. Right now I just need to find the way to get all of these things talking to the master and vice versa, and sharing some data. One app uses jupyter lab, and I'm not sure if it's easy to automate that from another env/script.

            I don't need something with a GUI like jupyter lab, and I honestly don't like its UI, and prefer to use a single master terminal window with some simple user input options.

            A point in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.



            Answered 2022-Jan-01 at 21:38

            Seems the solution here is to use sockets, create a server, and create clients inside the scripts I need to use. Not sure why my searches weren't bringing up sockets, but it's the solution I needed and doesn't require dependencies.

            Sockets are built into python so using import sockets can handle most of what I need.

            On top of that, import threading so multiple threads can be used for clients, and I'm using import system to send system commands. The threads are being setup as daemons to avoid any trouble if a client doesn't disconnect cleanly.

            This has the benefit of running on a local network but can also be used for more complex system to connect to remote clients and servers. Running locally, your server can use its private IPv4 address to send and receive on one machine or on the intranet.


            I found this YouTube video by Tech With Tim going through the complete basic setup, which was a big help as I'm completely new to this.

            I ended up setting up classes for the server and client because all the functionality I needed would not work right without it. This video was a good way to get my feet wet, but far from what was needed.

            I also created a standalone task manager script which is working better than trying to make the server do everything.

            Basic server setup



            Fetching YouTube transcript data from a list of video_ids
            Asked 2021-Dec-19 at 12:50

            I have a function that can fetch the transcript of a youtube video. (You don't have to understand every line)



            Answered 2021-Dec-19 at 12:50

            Try making your function accept video id as parameter.

            You can safely ignore imports from typing, it's just for annotations.



            How do I resolve "No module named 'frontend'" error message on Google Cloud Function
            Asked 2021-Dec-10 at 16:03

            I'm trying to deploy a cloud function with Python 3.9 but when I run



            Answered 2021-Dec-10 at 16:03

            In the thread you linked, there are several solutions, and an interesting one seems to be that a package named fitz conflicts with PyMuPDF, as they both use the same top name inside a script (being fitz). I see both libraries are in your requirements.txt, so this could be the cause of this error. I tested adding both libraries inside a Cloud Function and received the same error, which was resolved after removing fitz 0.0.1.dev2 from the file, and using only PyMuPDF.

            You can see another example of this behavior from this GitHub issue.



            Standalone Python executable (compiled with PyInstaller) cannot pass through proxy, but when uncompiled source is executed everything works properly
            Asked 2021-Nov-05 at 23:10

            I've compiled some python source code using PyInstaller on my Windows 10 machine with the goal of passing this .exe to end users who won't necessarily have Python installed on their computers. The source code uses the requests library to (1) pass through a corporate proxy, (2) authenticate on an openDAP server, and (3) download specified files.

            When I run my code from source, in IPython, everything works perfectly. When I run the source code from the command line, again, everything works perfectly. But when I compile with PyInstaller and try to run the code from the generated executable, I receive the following errors:



            Answered 2021-Nov-05 at 23:10

            This problem has been resolved. I haven't figured out the root cause, but have determined it is due to problems with I was trying to compile the program on a mounted network share. I noted, when trying to build a bare-bones conda environment to diagnose this problem that I couldn't install the requests module due to WinError 59.



            Python requests:- simplejson.errors.JSONDecodeError: Expecting value: line 1 column 1 (char 0)
            Asked 2021-Oct-23 at 13:48

            I am trying to get some order details using the python requests library. The API is working fine with the postman, but when I try to run it with python the following error occurs.



            Answered 2021-Oct-23 at 13:48

            The issue was I need to add a text "Bearer " in front of the token passed in the Autorization parameter of header section as the following because the token is to be passed as a Bearer Token:



            AttributeError: 'pyodbc.Connection' object has no attribute 'executemany'
            Asked 2021-Oct-22 at 13:51

            these are 2 classes dbclient and mykiosk client, im trying to run those 4 lines of code below but Im getting the AttributeError. I just want to get api data into sql table through python keeping this format in mind. Can someone please help me out?



            Answered 2021-Oct-22 at 13:51

            Raised error was wrong.

            You assigned pyodbc.Connection instead of pyodbc.Cursor to self.cursor.

            You should assign connect().cursor().

            Change line:


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