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  1. Hi This UDF is for anyone who - Object Orientated Programing ie properties and methods in autoIT - needs standards compliant JSON,, - JSON.parse (read) and JSON.stringify (to text ) - Now JSONPath - wants to use dot syntax in AutoIT like you would in Javascript - dosen't like AutoIt arrays - full javascript arrays and objects in AutoIT! - knows javascript or would like to learn autoIT or vice versa. - call javascript functions like EncodeURI - run any javascript from autoIT ! Tested IE8 - IE11. v7 JSON_OO v7.zip - IE free version. ( hey microsoft ditched IE now too!) .- No IE dependencies- Added arrayAdd and arrayDel- JSONPath! for searching.- Added Keys Function - to list properties of a JSON object.- Secure JSON parse- Native Pure JS implementaion not a port.Credits to Douglas Crockford's for JSON2 code and stefan.goessner for JSONPath code. (see example file). v4 - json_oo_v4.zip. - use v7 (v4 may not work because of windows updates on dec-2014. ). v4 uses IEs JSON , so no ported external librariesv4 also includes a Non - IE version of JSON no include files but no stringify and uses javascript EVal (not secure). use v7.eg valid JSON '{ "hello" : "world" }' invalid "{ 'hello' : 'world' }"v4 does not have JSONPath , arrayAdd, arrayDel or keys (properties) methods - use v7 - enjoy ...the brakes come off Autoit . This is the smallest OO extensions for AutoIT Object Oriented JSON --- using JSON to Build Objects in Native AutoIT -- Using JSON to create objects $oJSON = _OO_JSON_Init ( ) $jsObj = $oJSON.parse('{ "hello": "world" }') $jsObj.hello;-> world $oJSON.stringify( $jsObj );-> {"hello":"world"} $jsObj.stringify();-> {"hello":"world"} ARRAYS - goodbye Auto it arrays hooray The real magic in this script is that it lets you access JSON array items by index number through dot syntax without the need for a for-each loop. eg you can go $obj.arr.item(n) It does this by making javascript objects syntax friendly to Autoit. . Also you can go $obj.arr.item("property").and $obj.arr.property & Also $obj.arr.length (see below) -- Using JSON to create one dimentional array $sJSON=[ "h1", "h2", "h3" ] $oResult.length= 3 $oResult.item(0);-> h1 -- Using JSON to create 2 dimentional array; $sJSON=[[1,2],[3,4],[5,6]] $oResult.length= 3 $oResult.item(0);-> $oResult.item(0).stringify();-> [1,2] $oResult.item(2).item(1);-> 6 $oResult.item(2).length;-> 2 -- Using JSON to create an object array $sJSON= [ { "card":"ace" }, {"card":"king" }] $oResult.length= 2 $oResult.item(0).card;-> ace -- Using JSON to create key values $sJSON= { "name":"Jon" , "surname":"who" } $oResult.item("surname");-> who $oResult.surname ;-> who Many other benefits such as building objects using JSON text just like you would in JavaScript Basic OO - Properties and methods -- Add properties to objects in AutoIT $jsObj.propAdd("myProp", "'x'") $jsObj.myProp ;-> x $jsObj.propAdd("myProp", '{ "hello": "world" }') $jsObj.myProp.hello ;-> world -- User Defined methods - using javascript -CASE SENSITIVE $jsObj.methAdd("myMethod", " Function('y','return y*5') " ) $jsObj.myMethod(5) ;-> 25 Some people have problems on 64 bit autoIT windows with the script control...here is the work around.. '?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>> You will most likely have the script control ..but here it is.. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=1949 --- using JSON to Build Objects in Native AutoIT -- Using JSON to create objects $oJSON = _OO_JSON_Init ( ) $jsObj = $oJSON.parse('{ "hello": "world" }') -- Accessing Items $jsObj.hello;-> world $jsObj.item("hello");-> world -- Using Any Object to create objects $jsObj.stringify();-> {"hello":"world"} $jsObj = $jsObj.parse('{ "goodbye": "world" }') $jsObj.goodbye;-> world -- Read JSON from a file (PC only) - untested $var = _OO_JSON_Read_File("jsondata.txt") $obj = $oJSON.parse($var) > BASIC OO (Object Oriented) programming in Auto it -- Compound Syntax $oJSON.parse( '{ "hello":"world" }' ).hello;-> world -- assigning propeprties $jsObj.parse ( '{ "goodbye": "world" }') $jsObj.goodbye ;-> world $jsObj.goodbye = "hello" $jsObj.goodbye;-> hello > OO Adding Methods and Properties in Auto it -- Add properties to objects in AutoIT $jsObj.propAdd("myProp", "'x'") $jsObj.myProp ;-> x $jsObj.propAdd("myProp", '{ "hello": "world" }') $jsObj.myProp.hello ;-> world -- User Defined methods - using javascript -CASE SENSITIVE $jsObj.methAdd("myMethod", " Function('y','return y*5') " ) $jsObj.myMethod(5) ;-> 25 > Querying Objects $jsObj = $oJSON.parse('{ "hello": "world" , "Goodbye" : "World" } ') $jsObj.type($jsObj) ->object $jsObj.isArray() ->False -- List object properties or "keys" $jsObj.keys($jsObj).stringify() ->["hello","Goodbye"] -- Querying Objects $jsObj = $jsObj.parse({ "hello" : "world" , "myarray" : [ "item0", 2 , { "jon" : "who"} ] }) > JSON path - always returns an array of matches $jsObj.jsonPath( "$.*").stringify() -> ["world",["item0",2,{"jon":"who"}]] $jsObj.jsonPath( "$..hello").stringify() -> ["world"] $jsObj.jsonPath( "$..myarray").stringify() ->[["item0",2,{"jon":"who"}]] $jsObj.jsonPath( "$..myarray[?(@.jon)]").stringify() ->[{"jon":"who"}] $jsObj.jsonPath( "$..myarray[?(@.jon)]").item(0).stringify() ->{"jon":"who"} > Basic Arrays using JSON -- Querying Arrays $jsObj.myarray.stringify() ->["item0",2,{"jon":"who"}] $jsObj.type($jsObj.myarray) ->object $jsObj.myarray.isArray() ->True $jsObj.myarray.length ->3 $jsObj.type($jsObj.myarray.item(0)) ->string $jsObj.type($jsObj.myarray.item(1)) ->number $jsObj.type($jsObj.myarray.item(2)) ->object > Modifying Arrays using OO -- Empty array; $jsObj = $oJSON.parse('[]') $jsObj.stringify() ->[] $jsObj.isArray( ) ->True -- Add items; $jsObj.arrayAdd( 0, "test0") $jsObj.arrayAdd( 1, "test1") $jsObj2 = $oJSON.parse( '{ "hello" : "world" }') $jsObj.arrayAdd( 2, $jsObj2) $jsObj.stringify() ->["test0","test1",{"hello":"world"}] -- Delete items; $jsObj.arrayDel( 0) $jsObj.stringify() ->["test1",{"hello":"world"}] -- Using JSON to create one dimentional array $sJSON=[ "h1", "h2", "h3" ] $oResult.length= 3 $oResult.item(0);-> h1 -- Using JSON to create 2 dimentional array; $sJSON=[[1,2],[3,4],[5,6]] $oResult.length= 3 $oResult.item(0);-> $oResult.item(0).stringify();-> [1,2] $oResult.item(2).item(1);-> 6 $oResult.item(2).length;-> 2 -- Using JSON to create an object array $sJSON= [ { "card":"ace" }, {"card":"king" }] $oResult.length= 2 $oResult.item(0).card;-> ace -- Using JSON to create key values $sJSON= { "name":"Jon" , "surname":"who" } $oResult.item("surname");-> who $oResult.surname ;-> who > Working with OO Objects -- assigning JSON objects in AutoIT $jsObj = $oJSON.parse( '{ "hello" : "world" }') $jsObj2 = $oJSON.parse( '{}' ) $jsObj2 = $jsObj $jsObj.hello;-> world $jsObj2.hello;-> world -- Assign an JSON object to a property $jsObj = $oJSON.parse( '{ "hello" : "world" }') $jsObj.hello ;-> world $jsObj2.propAdd("myProp") $jsObj2.myProp = $jsObj $jsObj2.myProp ;-> $jsObj2.myProp.stringify() ;-> {"hello":"world"} $jsObj2.myProp.hello ;-> world -- Using Existing JS Objects , Object must exist in the scripting object (not IE) $oJSON2 =$jsObj.objGet('JSON') ; objGet is javascript eval $oResult = $oJSON2.parse('{ "hello":"world" }') $oResult.hello;-> world > Using Javascript functions extending UDF -- Calling javascript standard functions $jsObj.jsFunAdd( "encodeURI") $jsObj.encodeURI( 'te st' );-> te%20st $jsObj.protoAdd("encodeURI", " function (s) { return encodeURI(s); } " $jsObj.encodeURI( 'te st' );-> te%20st -- Calling javascript literal methods $str_obj = $jsObj.toObj("my string") $str_obj.jsMethAdd( "charAt") $str_obj.charAt( 0 );-> m $jsObj.toObj('\"my string').charAt(0) ;-> \ $str_obj.jsFunAdd( "charAt") $str_obj.charAt( 0 );-> m $jsObj.jsMethAdd("toFixed" ) $jsObj.toObj(5.56789).toFixed(2) ;-> 5.57 $jsObj.jsMethAdd("concat" , 3 ) $jsObj.toObj('hello').concat( ' world', ' again ', ' and again ' ) ;-> hello world again and again $jsObj.dot("\""'my string", "charAt(0)" );-> \ > depreciated syntax -- depreciated syntax - previous UDFs $jsObj = _JS_obj_create ( '{ "hello": "world" }') ; invalid "{ 'hello':'world'}" $jsObj.hello ;-> world $jsObj.objToString();-> {"hello":"world"} $jsObj.strToObject ( '{ "goodbye": "world" }') $jsObj.goodbye ;-> world -- Close IE explorer.exe instance - not required anymore _OO_JSON_Quit ( ) -- Objects still usable after _OO_JSON_Quit closes $jsObj.goodbye ;-> world Example script output; see example file ; enjoy
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