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JSON.AddNumberToArray

Adds a number to an array.

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MBS( "JSON.AddNumberToArray"; json; value )   More

Parameters

Parameter Description Example value
json A JSON text or reference. [1,2,3]
value The number to be added 5

Result

Returns JSON code or error.

Description

Adds a number to an array.
Same as JSON.AddItemToArray, but calls JSON.CreateNumber automatically for you.

With version 6, you can pass several parameters to add several entries to the array.
When adding to a JSON reference, the function returns that reference number.

Examples

Adds an item to array:

MBS( "JSON.AddItemToArray"; "[1,2,3]"; 4)

Example result: [1, 2, 3, 4]

Add 4 numbers to an array:

MBS( "JSON.AddNumberToArray"; "[]"; 1; 2; 3; 4 )

Example result: [1, 2, 3, 4]

Add big number:

MBS( "JSON.AddNumberToArray"; "[]"; 12063660878882855000013426248015578834577 )

Example result: [12063660878882855000013426248015578834577]

Use While loop to create JSON array:

Let ( [
    // Create array object
    j = MBS( "JSON.CreateArrayRef" );
    // make a loop to add numbers
    r = While ( $i = 0 ; $i < 10 ; [ r = MBS( "JSON.AddNumberToArray"; j; $i ); $i = $i + 1 ] ; $i );
    // format the result
    text = MBS( "JSON.Format"; j );
    // free json
    r = MBS( "JSON.Release"; j )
];
// return result as text
  text )

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Release notes

Created 26th August 2014, last changed 22nd July 2019


JSON.AddNullToObject   -   JSON.AddNumberToObject

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