Encoding JSON with json.dumps (Python 3)
Encoding JSON with json.dumps
Encoding JSON data with Python's
json.dumps is just as easy as decoding. Use
json.dumps (short for ‘dump to string') to convert a Python object consisting of dictionaries, lists, and other native types into a string.
To learn more about JSON encoding and decoding, read the full JSON tutorial at Python Land.
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