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nlohmann / remove_empty_elements.py
Created Mar 12, 2018
Remove empty arrays, objects or null elements from a JSON value
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def remove_empty_elements(d):
"""recursively remove empty lists, empty dicts, or None elements from a dictionary"""
def empty(x):
return x is None or x == {} or x == []
if not isinstance(d, (dict, list)):
return d
elif isinstance(d, list):
return [v for v in (remove_empty_elements(v) for v in d) if not empty(v)]
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nlohmann / build.md
Last active Apr 11, 2017
Build instructions
View build.md

Get the sources

git clone https://github.com/nlohmann/json.git

Switch to feature branch

cd json
git checkout feature/manual_lexer

Build

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nlohmann / proposal-discussion.txt
Last active Mar 1, 2017
Mail for the std-proposals forum
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Hi there,
I am wondering whether JSON [RFC7159] support would be a helpful extension to the C++ standard library (pure library extension), including, but not limited to, the following aspects:
1. A variant-like container type (for this mail, let's call it "std::json") that combines C++ types for the JSON value types [RFC7159, chapter 3]:
- string (e.g. std::string),
- number (e.g., double or int64_t),
- boolean (e.g., bool),
- array (e.g., std::vector), and
- object (e.g., std::map).
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