Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module R113. This module is presented on Private Courses
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|4553||RUby - loading, using, changing, storing JSON format data|
json is an excellent data exchange format - it "serialises" a data structure that consists of arrays and hashes (or whatever ordered and unordered collections are called in the language you're using) so that the structure can be saved, transferred between programs and computers, and reloaded easily.
|4502||Reading and parsing a JSON object in Ruby|
Here's a series of three new examples, building up from one another, showing the reading of a JSON feed from a remote web site in Ruby, and the analysis and presentation of that data.
The first example - [here] - shows the loading of extra modules to handle reading from the web and the JSON format, ...
|4008||Reading and checking user inputs - first lessons - Ruby|
Early programming exercises on a "learning to program in Xxxx" course involve asking the user to enter some pieces of data (usually numbers), doing a calculation using those numbers, and printing out a result. For that's a quite common requirement for a simple program - and this is the first realistic ...
Examples from our training material
|jload|| making use of data in a JSON object|
|tj3.rb|| Descending into a complex (json) object|
|wread|| Read a web resource into a program|
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