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1623ef2 Mar 8, 2016
@miloyip @ChrisLundquist
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#include "rapidjson/writer.h"
#include "rapidjson/stringbuffer.h"
#include <iostream>
using namespace rapidjson;
using namespace std;
int main() {
StringBuffer s;
Writer<StringBuffer> writer(s);
writer.StartObject(); // Between StartObject()/EndObject(),
writer.Key("hello"); // output a key,
writer.String("world"); // follow by a value.
writer.Key("t");
writer.Bool(true);
writer.Key("f");
writer.Bool(false);
writer.Key("n");
writer.Null();
writer.Key("i");
writer.Uint(123);
writer.Key("pi");
writer.Double(3.1416);
writer.Key("a");
writer.StartArray(); // Between StartArray()/EndArray(),
for (unsigned i = 0; i < 4; i++)
writer.Uint(i); // all values are elements of the array.
writer.EndArray();
writer.EndObject();
// {"hello":"world","t":true,"f":false,"n":null,"i":123,"pi":3.1416,"a":[0,1,2,3]}
cout << s.GetString() << endl;
return 0;
}