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Parse JSON

<?php
   $json ='{"id":1,"name":"foo","interest":["wordpress","php"]} ';

   $obj=json_decode($json);

   echo $obj->interest[1]; //prints php
?>

Comments

  1. Saqib Ansari
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    Nice code……..

    It works. I’ve used it for search suggestion using Yahoo UI.

  2. Mark
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    So simple. Exactly the little snippet I needed.

  3. Chuka Eze
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    Perfect. Thanks.

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