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# This is a really old post, in the comments (and stackoverflow too) you'll find better solutions.
def find(key, dictionary):
for k, v in dictionary.iteritems():
if k == key:
yield v
elif isinstance(v, dict):
for result in find(key, v):
yield result
elif isinstance(v, list):
for d in v:
for result in find(key, d):
yield result
example = {'app_url': '', 'models': [{'perms': {'add': True, 'change': True, 'delete': True}, 'add_url': '/admin/cms/news/add/', 'admin_url': '/admin/cms/news/', 'name': ''}], 'has_module_perms': True, 'name': u'CMS'}
list(find('admin_url', example))
@vaibhavk69
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vaibhavk69 commented Jan 12, 2020

i have this produced this raw data and now i only want latitude and longitude pairs, so can anybody help me...........

[11:40 PM, 1/12/2020] Vaibhav Kaushik: {"Response": {"MetaInfo": {"Timestamp": "2020-01-12T18:02:12.167+0000"}, "View": [{"Result": [{"Location": {"Address": {"AdditionalData": [{"key": "CountryName", "value": "India"}, {"key": "StateName", "value": "Uttar Pradesh"}, {"key": "CountyName", "value": "Gautam Buddha Nagar"}], "City": "Noida", "Country": "IND", "County": "Gautam Buddha Nagar", "District": "Sector 125", "Label": "Amity Road, Sector 125, Noida 201303, India", "PostalCode": "201303", "State": "UP", "Street": "Amity Road"}, "DisplayPosition": {"Latitude": 28.54712, "Longitude": 77.33482}, "LocationId": "NT_8RywhVafbhYYOKQDacPkWA", "LocationType": "point", "MapView": {"BottomRight": {"Latitude": 28.54405, "Longitude": 77.33731}, "TopLeft": {"Latitude": 28.5493, "Longitude": 77.33237}}, "NavigationPosition": [{"Latitude": 28.54712, "Longitude": 77.33482}]}, "MatchLevel": "street", "MatchQuality": {"City": 1.0, "Country": 1.0, "District": 1.0, "State": 1.0, "Street": [1.0]}, "Relevance": 1.0}], "ViewId": 0, "_type": "SearchResultsViewType"}]}}

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Palash90 commented Jan 12, 2020

Hey Vaibhav, you can use the following -

def find(key, dictionary):
    for k, v in dictionary.items():
        if k == key:
            yield dictionary
        elif isinstance(v, dict):
            for result in find(key, v):
                yield result
        elif isinstance(v, list):
            for d in v:
                if isinstance(d, dict):
                    for result in find(key, d):
                        yield result

print(list(find("Latitude", data)))

I used it on your data and it is showing the following result, hope this helps you -

[{'Latitude': 28.54712, 'Longitude': 77.33482}, {'Latitude': 28.54405, 'Longitude': 77.33731},
        {'Latitude': 28.5493, 'Longitude': 77.33237}, {'Latitude': 28.54712, 'Longitude': 77.33482}]

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chiranjeevijp commented Feb 25, 2020

{'destination_addresses': ['Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600009, India'], 'origin_addresses': ['Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600101, India'], 'rows': [{'elements': [{'distance': {'text': '7.7 mi', 'value': 12327}, 'duration': {'text': '38 mins', 'value': 2285}, 'status': 'OK'}]}], 'status': 'OK'}

Hi Friends, from this JSON i need to extract the value '7.7' which is under the key 'text' under 'distance'. Can any one help in this

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chiranjeevijp commented May 6, 2020

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beeoss commented Apr 8, 2021

Hello all.. Could anyone help me Python parse and print < "name" , "raw" > (values only), from the JSON below?

{"count":57,"next":null,"previous":null,"results":[{"id":229,"state":"complete","substate":null,"exceptions":[],"name":"Sender Account Number","output_name":null,"field_definition_attributes":{"required":false,"data_type":"Account Number","multiline":false,"routing":false,"supervision_override":null},"transcription":{"raw":"1957-3549-2","normalized":"195735492","source":"machine_transcription","data_deleted":false,"user_transcribed":null},"field_image_url":"/api/v5/image/613cf762-b4bc-46f0-a511-3dc8bb37eae3?start_x=0.3110429607297866&start_y=0.1052441592299208&end_x=0.5696909842243418&end_y=0.16043316955780607","page_id":5}

So for the 'Item' included above, starting at "results": and nesting node to "transcription", the parsed values need to be:

Sender Account Number, 1957-3549-2
(repeating items) 'for'


Much thanks for any assistance!!

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sahil-developer commented Jul 27, 2021

Thanks for the help.
Python3 users should replace dictionary.iteritems() with dictionary.items(). iteritems was removed.

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