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JSON.SortWithEvaluate

Sorts the JSON array/object using an expression to evaluate.

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MBS( "JSON.SortWithEvaluate"; json; Expression )   More

Parameters

Parameter Description Example value
json A JSON text or reference. [2,9,3,1]
Expression The expression to evaluate.
Can include "leftJSON", "rightJSON" as variables.
You can call other MBS JSON functions if needed.
"(leftJSON) > GetAsNumber(rightJSON)"

Result

Returns OK or error.

Description

Sorts the JSON array/object using an expression to evaluate.
The expression is run every time two values are compared, so keep it quick. It should return 1 if leftJSON is smaller than rightJSON.

Our normal JSON.Sort is faster due to not having the overhead of evaluating expressions.

Examples

Sort with evaluate:

MBS( "JSON.SortWithEvaluate"; "[2,9,3,1]"; "MBS( \"JSON.GetValue\"; leftJSON) < MBS( \"JSON.GetValue\"; rightJSON)" )

Sort a list of object by name:

MBS( "JSON.SortWithEvaluate"; "[
{\"name\": \"Joe\"},
{\"name\": \"Anna\"},
{\"name\": \"Tim\"},
{\"name\": \"John\"}
]"; "JSONGetElement ( leftJSON; \"name\") < JSONGetElement ( rightJSON; \"name\")" )

See also

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Release notes

  • Version 10.2

Created 9th April 2020, last changed 9th April 2020


JSON.Sort   -   JSON.ToHTML

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