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Old 04-08-2014 , 22:54   Re: Module: Parser (JSON Reader) Win32
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Well, I don't really want to copy someone's code. I only wanted a basic JSON reader. Why should I link some already existing natives to a module? Better to use Exolent's existing code if you want to do more than this module can do.

Anyways, I still don't understand what Ovidius meant. Don't tell me you want to parse {"a":1,"b":2,"c":["x","y","z"]} string since this line can be found into a file.
I think he wants to parse a string from memory.
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Old 04-09-2014 , 13:07   Re: Module: Parser (JSON Reader) Win32
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Well, I don't really want to copy someone's code. I only wanted a basic JSON reader. Why should I link some already existing natives to a module? Better to use Exolent's existing code if you want to do more than this module can do.

Anyways, I still don't understand what Ovidius meant. Don't tell me you want to parse {"a":1,"b":2,"c":["x","y","z"]} string since this line can be found into a file.
Avoiding module calls? lol

And yes, i'm telling you to parse a json string, because IT WONT BE ALWAYS ON A FILE, what about if you get a json string from a mysql query, or a maybe socket data gotten from a website? That would be better than parsing a file, or you're guessing that I must write that line on a file and later getting it with this? But well, it's an idea, a great one
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Old 04-09-2014 , 15:30   Re: Module: Parser (JSON Reader) Win32
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claudiuhks, you can get json response from webservices, data stored in database, sockets, etc

No tonly files as you can see
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Old 04-09-2014 , 18:12   Re: Module: Parser (JSON Reader) Win32
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Thank you for your opinions, will update ASAP.
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Old 04-10-2014 , 05:58   Re: Module: Parser (JSON Reader) Win32
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And yes, i'm telling you to parse a json string, because IT WONT BE ALWAYS ON A FILE, what about if you get a json string from a mysql query, or a maybe socket data gotten from a website? That would be better than parsing a file, or you're guessing that I must write that line on a file and later getting it with this? But well, it's an idea, a great one
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Old 04-25-2022 , 03:17   Re: Module: Parser (JSON Reader) Win32
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Avoiding module calls? lol

And yes, i'm telling you to parse a json string, because IT WONT BE ALWAYS ON A FILE, what about if you get a json string from a mysql query, or a maybe socket data gotten from a website? That would be better than parsing a file, or you're guessing that I must write that line on a file and later getting it with this? But well, it's an idea, a great one

Hi, i want to ask if the module have been updated to work with this request ? Thank you.
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Old 04-25-2022 , 04:20   Re: Module: Parser (JSON Reader) Win32
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Hi, i want to ask if the module have been updated to work with this request ? Thank you.
The JSON module included in 1.9 or later should be able to do so.
PHP Code:
native JSON:json_parse(const string[], bool:is_file falsebool:with_comments false)
/**
* Parses JSON string or a file that contains JSON.
*
* @note                    Needs to be freed using json_free() native.
*
* @param string            String to parse
* @param is_file           True to treat string param as filename, false otherwise
* @param with_comments     True if parsing JSON includes comments (it will ignore them), false otherwise
*
* @return                  JSON handle, Invalid_JSON if error occurred
*/ 
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Old 04-25-2022 , 04:30   Re: Module: Parser (JSON Reader) Win32
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I mean if the module have been updated , i wanna Parsr arguments from an Curl Request and retrieve the info i needed , the native your presnted would work to achieve my goal? How can i use the native is included in amxx default, in this thread module or another module please be descriptive , thanks ;d
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