Re: Thinking out loud - a continuation...

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On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 14:39, Jay Blanchard
<jay.blanchard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
[snip!]
> I ran it through json_encode() and got the following output
>
> {"John":{"email":"john@xxxxxxxx","website":"www.john.com","age":"22","password":"pass","description":{"hair":"blonde","eyes":"blue","build":"medium"}},"Anna":{"email":"anna@xxxxxxxx","website":"www.anna.com","age":"24","password":"pass","description":{"hair":"brunette","eyes":"hazel","build":"petite"}}}
>
> jslint.com verifies this as good JSON (although I thought there had to be square brackets around child arrays).
>
> If you were me would you just generate the JSON? If not what is he best way to output an array that will nest properly for each subsequent query?

    I would, yes, but that's not the point.  Is Anna single?  I'm
ready to trade Debs in for a newer model.

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