So I'm creating an array with element information. I loop through all elements and save the index. For some reason I cannot convert this array to a json object!  This is my array loop:  var display = Array(); $('.thread_child').each(fun...
I need a function building a JSON valid string from any argument but :   avoiding recursivity problem by not adding objects twice avoiding call stack size problem by truncating past a given depth   Generally it should be able to process big objects...
Has anyone implemented Mozilla's Object.toSource() method for Internet Explorer and other non-Gecko browsers?  I'm looking for a lightweight way to serialize simple objects into strings....
I have JavaScript Object say:  var a = {b: Infinity, c: 10};   When I do  var b = JSON.stringify(a);   it returns the following  b = "{"b":null, "c":10}";  How is the JSON.stringify converts the object to strings?  I tried MDN...
I have an invalid json string like following,  "{one: 'one', two: 'two'}"   I tried to use JSON.parse to convert it to an object. however, this is not valid json string. Is there any functions can convert this invalid format i...
I want to create a JSON string inside a JSON request. Here is my code,  Fiddle  JS  var x = {     a: 1,     b: 'a sample text', };  var request = {     t: JSON.stringify(x),     c: 2,     r: 'some text' };  console.log(request);   Can...
Here I'm creating a JavaScript object and converting it to a JSON string, but JSON.stringify returns "[object Object]" in this case, instead of displaying the contents of the object. How can I work around this problem, so that the JSON st...
See the jsfiddle example http://jsfiddle.net/frigon/H6ssq/  For some reason there are fields that JSON.stringify is ignoring.  Is there a way to force JSON.stringify to parse them?  As the jsfiddle shows... this code...  <script src="http://cd...
I'm thinking maybe I missed something in JavaScript that I'm just picking up now.  I tried this code in Chrome console:  a = []; a.name = "test"; JSON.stringify(a);  // which returns value [] a = new Object(); a.name = "test";...
I have a list of methods I am calling in a method, as follows:  this.doOneThing(); someOtherObject.doASecondThing(); this.doSomethingElse();   When this is synchronous, they are executed one after the other, which is required. But now I have someOthe...

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