I have an extremely large JSON object structured like this:    {A : 1, B : 2, C : 3, D : 4}   I need a function that can swap the values with keys in my object and I don't know how to do it. I would need an output like this:  {1 : A, 2 : B, 3 : C...
I found a lot of related questions with answers talking about for...in loops and using hasOwnProperty but nothing I do works properly. All I want to do is check whether or not a key exists in an array and if not, add it.  I start with an empty array...
The requirement is following: I have to get the location field from page.  var input= global.input = document.getElementById("Location");   Get the neighborhood area from the json file based on input and show on the page.  I have a json objec...
I have set up Ad Units and Key Values in DFP. I have built the site with the following code based on Google's tutorials:  <html lang="en"> <head>     <script type="text/javascript">         var googletag = google...
I am using GraphQL in my Node.js application. And I want to store an object that uses keys as a locale short code and values for the string in the corresponding language. (like { en: "Hello", ru: "??????" } etc.)  I want to represent...
Say that I have an object with key/value pair as the following:  var someVar = {     color: "white",     font_size: "30px",     font_weight: "normal" ...some more variables and functions };   Is there a way to do a multiple as...
For example, this is the value of the object I am processing:  object = {"message":"success","dataList":{"state":"error","count":"25"}}   I know that to check if key "message" exists, I...
Say I have the follow array of objects storing a single key\value pair:  var someArray = [     {foo: 1},     {bar: 2} ];   I would like to flatten this array into a single object, where each key from the original objects become a property of the new...
Below is the json :      var data= {     'A' : {         'Total' : 123,         'Cricket' : 76,         'Football' : 12,         'Hockey' : 1,         'None' : 10     },     'B' : {         '...

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