Parse JSON-Object string (not normalized JSON string) into JSON object.
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F[嗶][嗶]k JSON

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Parse JSON-Object string (not normalized JSON string) into JSON object.

Installation

$ npm install fbbk-json --save

or

$ bower install fbbk-json --save

Usage

This package has only one function:

var fJSON = require("fbbk-json");
fJSON.parse(A_JSON_STRING);

BUT

This package support the JSON string that written down like a JSON object in javascript.

For example:

'{"foo": "bar","baz": true}'    <-- both JSON and fJSON are supported
'{foo: "bar",baz: true}'        <-- only fJSON supported! ٩(๑•̀ω•́๑)۶

So you can do that:

var json1 = '{,,"foo": "bar",,,"baz": true,,}';
var json2 = '{foo: \'bar\',baz: true,c:[]}';

JSON.parse(json1);              ///< SyntaxError: Unexpected token , in JSON at position 1
JSON.parse(json2);              ///< SyntaxError: Unexpected token f
fJSON.parse(json1);             ///< { foo: 'bar', baz: true }
fJSON.parse(json2);             ///< { foo: 'bar', baz: true, c: [] }   \(●´ϖ`●)/

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You're welcome to make pull requests!

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