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RADON encoding

RADON scripts are encoded using CBOR, a very efficient, compact and widely supported data structure encoding.

Look for example at this succinct (28 bytes) serialized RADON script:

// As Hex string
8618431874821861677765617468657218748218616474656D701872

// As Base64 string
"hhhDGHSCGGFnd2VhdGhlchh0ghhhZHRlbXAYcg=="

Once decoded, the resulting structure will represent this RADON script:

[
    STRING_PARSEJSON,       // 0x45
    MIXED_ASMAP,            // 0x74
    [ MAP_GET, "weather" ], // [ 0x61, "weather" ]
    MIXED_ASMAP,            // 0x74
    [ MAP_GET, "temp" ],    // [ 0x61, "temp" ]
    MIXED_ASFLOAT           // 0x72
]

!!! tip RADON scripts are pure byte code sequences, and at the same time represent high-level abstractions. In the Javascript-like representation of RADON that the Witnet Truffle box uses, the script above may resemble:

```ts
new Witnet.Script()
    .parseJSON()
    .asMap()
    .get("weather")
    .asMap()
    .get("temp")
    .asFloat()
```

!!! info "Constants" All across this documentation, unquoted uppercase names like STRING_PARSEJSON identify different operators and constants that equate to a single byte when encoded.

A list of constants can be found in the [Constants section][constants].