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FYI (For Your Information) Center for Software Developers with large collection of FAQs, tutorials and tips codes for application and wWeb developers on Java, .NET, C, PHP, JavaScript, XML, HTML, CSS, RSS, MySQL and Oracle - dev.fyicenter.com. | URL | Feed
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info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Oct 13, 2018

How to how to use matched string and groups in replacements with re.sub()? When calling the re.sub() function, you can use matched string and groups in replacements with the following escape sequences: \g<0> # represents the matched string \g<1> # represents the first gro... - Rank: 113; Updated: 2018-10-13 15:47:07 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Oct 13, 2018

How to split a given string with a regular expression as the delimiter using re.split()? The re.split() function allows you to split a given target string using matches of a given regular expression as the delimiter. import re l = re.split(pattern, string, maxsplit=0, flags=0) Where: pattern is the ... - Rank: 113; Updated: 2018-10-13 15:47:07 -> Source


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Where to find tutorials on Python "json" Module? Here is a list of tutorials to answer many frequently asked questions compiled by FYIcenter.com team on Python "json" Module. What Is Python Module 'json' json.dumps() - Dumping Object into JSON Generating JSON Strings in Pretty Format Dumping JSON Ou... - Rank: 115; Updated: 2018-10-13 15:47:07 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Oct 13, 2018

What Is Python module "json"? "json" is a Python internal module that allows to encode and code JSON strings. Here are some important properties and functions provided by the "json" module: >>> import json >>> json.dumps() # serializes a given object into a ... - Rank: 111; Updated: 2018-10-13 15:47:07 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Oct 13, 2018

How to dump (or encode, serialize) a Python object into a JSON string using json.dumps()? The json.dumps() function allows you to dump (or encode, serialize) Python objects into JSON strings: json.dumps(obj, *, skipkeys=False, ensure_ascii=True, check_circular=True, allow_nan=True, cls=None, indent=... - Rank: 117; Updated: 2018-10-13 15:47:07 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Oct 07, 2018 | 1 reads

How to generate JSON strings in pretty format using json.dumps()? You can control the JSON output string format with "indent", "separators" and "sort_keys" arguments of the json.dumps() function: Here is a Python example that generates a pretty formatted JSON string with property keys sorted: &g... - Rank: 111; Updated: 2018-10-08 04:13:59 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Oct 07, 2018 | 1 reads

How to dump (or encode, serialize) a Python object into file or an output stream as a JSON string using json.dump()? json.dump(o,fp,...) function performs the same job as json.dumps(o,...) except that it directs the JSON string to the output stream of a given file pointer. Here is a Python example t... - Rank: 112; Updated: 2018-10-08 04:13:59 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Oct 07, 2018

What Is json.JSONEncoder Class? json.JSONEncoder class is the underlying class that supports json.dumps() functions. The following Python example shows you how to use json.JSONEncoder class to perform the same JSON encoding job as json.dumps function: >>> import json >&am... - Rank: 111; Updated: 2018-10-08 04:13:59 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Oct 07, 2018

How to extend json.JSONEncoder class? I want to encode other Python data types to JSON. If you encode your own data types to JSON strings, you need to extend the json.JSONEncoder class and override the default() function. The following Python example shows you how to extend json.JSONEncoder class to... - Rank: 113; Updated: 2018-10-08 04:13:59 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Oct 07, 2018 | 2 reads

How to load (or decode, deserialize) a JSON string into a Python object using json.loads()? The json.loads() function allows you to load (or decode, deserialize) JSON strings (str, bytes or bytearray types) into Pythong objects: json.loads(s, *, encoding=None, cls=None, object_hook=None, parse_float... - Rank: 112; Updated: 2018-10-08 04:13:59 -> Source




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