Issue with auto-indexing when appending to JSON array in PHP

I’m having an issue with appending multiple similar arrays into a JSON string that’s being saved in a session variable. The original array looks like this when added to the session: {“notes”:{ “menu-item”:{ “name”:”Chicken Cotoleta – Small”, “size”:”N\/A”, “price”:”17.99″, “option”:”Homemade Soup of the Day”, “substitution name”:”none”, “substitution price”:”none”, “additions”:[ {“name”:”N\/A”, “price”:”N\/A”} ], “item price”:17.99} }…

How to read part of a nested json object in as a string in Scala

I want to read in a json object into a scala class that keeps part of the json object as a string without trying to parse it. This is what the json looks like: [ { “contractType”: “NullContract”, “contractDefinition”: { “column”: “age”, “conditions”: [ { “conditionType”: “equalsCondition”, “conditionDefinition”: { “column”: “species”, “value”: “person” } }…

How do I for loop thru a JSON parse?

I need help creating a for loop for my JSON parse. It’s a school assignment, and I’m using Javascript. I have to console.log out all the elements inside the JSON. var json = { “video”: [{ “id”: 12312412312, “name”: “Ecuaciones Diferenciales”, “url”: “/video/math/edo/12312412312”, “author”: { “data”: [{ “name_author”: “Alejandro Morales”, “url”: “/author/alejandro-morales”, “type”: “master” }]…

How do I for loop thru a JSON parse?

I need help creating a for loop for my JSON parse. It’s a school assignment, and I’m using Javascript. I have to console.log out all the elements inside the JSON. var json = { “video”: [{ “id”: 12312412312, “name”: “Ecuaciones Diferenciales”, “url”: “/video/math/edo/12312412312”, “author”: { “data”: [{ “name_author”: “Alejandro Morales”, “url”: “/author/alejandro-morales”, “type”: “master” }]…

API controller keeps returning JSON after content type is changed to something different

I’m writing an API controller and am attempting to have it return a jpg file. However even though the content type is set to “application/jpg”, my response message is continuing to return a json. public HttpResponseMessage Get() { var path = @”C:\Temp\Sample\background.jpg”; var result = new HttpResponseMessage(HttpStatusCode.OK); var stream = new FileStream(path, FileMode.Open); result.Content =…