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KeyError In Python With json.dumps


KeyError In Python With json.dumps

By : user2949746
Date : November 17 2020, 04:28 AM
help you fix your problem So I should change the heading of this to Scrapping JSON for XML in Python. I'm sure not everyone else would have the same issues I did with JSON but after many frustrating hours I decided to go down path #2... the xml version. The xml version was much easier to work with right out of the gate. In about 1/10 the time I got what I was looking for.
code :
from urllib2 import urlopen
from xml.dom import minidom

feed = urlopen("http://api.nytimes.com/svc/politics/v3/us/legislative.xml?

doc = minidom.parse(feed)
id_element = doc.getElementsByTagName("member_id")
id_number0 = id_element[0].childNodes[0].nodeValue #just a sample
id_number1 = id_element[1].childNodes[0].nodeValue #just a sample
id_number2 = id_element[2].childNodes[0].nodeValue #just a sample

print len(id_element) #to see how many items were in the variable 


count = 0
for item in id_element:
    print id_element[count].childNodes[0].nodeValue
    count = count + 1
    if count == 434:
    break


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Working with string and json in python (json.loads json.dumps)

Working with string and json in python (json.loads json.dumps)


By : Grouft
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do This worked for me. I had to change your single quotes to double quotes below, because like this answer stated, JSON syntax is not Python syntax. You also need to put your 2 JSON objects into an array of objects, and under the "details" key if you want it that way.
code :
import json

results = "{'details':[{'eventid': '766', 'category': '0', 'uptime': '0', 'severity': '0', 'traptime': '0', 'formatline': '0', 'hostname': '0', 'community': '0', 'agentip': '192.168.250.50', 'eventname': '1.3.6.1.2.1.1.3.0', 'timestamp': '17-12-2015', 'trapoid': '0', 'enterprise': '0'}, {'eventid': '1.3.6.1.4.1.3955.2.7.1', 'category': '0', 'uptime': '0', 'severity': '0', 'traptime': '0', 'formatline': '0', 'hostname': '0', 'community': '0', 'agentip': '192.168.250.50', 'eventname': '1.3.6.1.6.3.1.1.4.1.0', 'timestamp': '17-12-2015', 'trapoid': '0', 'enterprise': '0'}]}"

results = results.replace("'", '"')
data = json.loads(results)
JSON.stringify (Javascript) and json.dumps (Python) not equivalent on a list?

JSON.stringify (Javascript) and json.dumps (Python) not equivalent on a list?


By : david lopez
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need The difference is that json.dumps applies some minor pretty-printing by default but JSON.stringify does not.
To remove all whitespace, like JSON.stringify, you need to specify the separators.
code :
json_mylist = json.dumps(mylist, separators=(',', ':'))
Write the correct format of JSON to file using json.dumps() in Python 3

Write the correct format of JSON to file using json.dumps() in Python 3


By : nero
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue Let say I have a simple dictionary as below: , Import json library
code :
import json
with open('output.json', 'w') as f:
    json.dump(a, f)
with open("output.json") as f:
    data = json.load(f)
JSON from python json.dumps to javascript JSON.parse() with escaped \"

JSON from python json.dumps to javascript JSON.parse() with escaped \"


By : VladN
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do In order to put a string of JSON into JavaScript source code, you used backticks to make it a template string. That’s not enough, though, since many sequences have special meaning inside backticks:
${…} interpolation backslash escape sequences (the current problem, which converted the \" in the JSON to ") backticks
code :
def script_embeddable_json(value):
    return (
        json.dumps(json.dumps(value))
        .replace("<", "\\u003c")
        .replace("\u2028", "\\u2028")
        .replace("\u2029", "\\u2029"))


json_js = script_embeddable_json(dic)
json.dumps(pickle.dumps(u'å')) raises UnicodeDecodeError

json.dumps(pickle.dumps(u'å')) raises UnicodeDecodeError


By : Vijeta Rathore
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you The json module is expecting strings to encode text. Pickled data isn't text, it's 8-bit binary.
One simple workaround, if you really need to send pickled data over JSON, is to use base64:
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