How to read JSON file in Prolog

I found a few SO posts on related issues which were unhelpful. I finally figured it out and here’s how to read the contents of a .json file. Say the path is /home/xxx/dnns/test/params.json, I want to turn the dictionary in the .json into a Prolog dictionary: { “type”: “lenet_1d”, “input_channel”: 1, “output_size”: 130, “batch_norm”: 1,…

How to parse JSON in Nim (problem with long integers)?

I’m working on a piece of code in Nim that pulls a JSON object from the Shodan API. Here’s the full JSON string from Shodan: {“city”: “Alverca”, “region_code”: “14”, “os”: null, “tags”: [“self-signed”], “ip”: 1435234906, “isp”: “Nos Comunicacoes, S.A.”, “area_code”: null, “dma_code”: null, “last_update”: “2019-11-01T17:56:18.470438”, “country_code3”: “PRT”, “country_name”: “Portugal”, “hostnames”: [“a85-139-242-90.static.cpe.netcabo.pt”], “postal_code”: “2619-510”, “longitude”: -9.038600000000002,…

Problem of JsonSerializer.Serialize with different language character

Here is my code: public class TestModel{ public string AAA{get;set;} public string BBB{get;set;} } [Route(“Test”)] public async Task<string> Test() { TestModel _TestModel=new TestModel(){AAA=”123″,BBB=”привет123″}; string JSON = JsonSerializer.Serialize(_TestModel, typeof(TestModel)); return JSON; } When I ran the program, the JSON convert successfully. However, the character which is not English or number can not convert correctly but only…

Get String value from JsonPath matching multiple conditions

jsonArray = “[{ “id”: “12”, “Area”: “Room”, “Type”: “Small”, “mode”: “Work”, }, { “id”: “243”, “Area”: “Hall”, “Type”: “Large”, “mode”: “Living”, }, { “id”: “561”, “Area”: “Kitchen”, “Type”: “Medium”, “mode”: “Cooking”, } ]” JsonPath ConfigPath = new JsonPath(jsonArray); ConfigPath.get(“d.findAll {d -> d.Area==’Room’ && d -> d.Type==’Small’}.id”); How do I get the value of id that…

Difference between using @consumes(mediatype.application_json) and @ModelAttribute

it seems that I have a quite simple question, which might be also a little bit wrong. Whats is the practical differences in spring boot between getting a model over rest api using @consumes(mediatype.application_json) and @ModelAttribute? For example lets say we have the following two methods: @RequestMapping(value = “/addEmployee”, method = RequestMethod.GET) public String submit(@ModelAttribute(“employee”)…