How to convert unquoted list of dictionaries to proper json format

edison198588 注册会员
2023-01-25 18:42

Here is my small Python Example with the json lib.

import json

data=[{"reason": "NA", "employeeName:" "bob smith"}, {"reason": "NA", "employeName": "tom jones"}]

# output:
#'[{"reason": "NA", "employeeName:": "bob smith"}, {"reason": "NA", "employeName": "tom jones"}]'
kritos 注册会员
2023-01-25 18:42

You should use regexp for that. On this site, you can test and learn how to use them.

So here is how I would solve your problem :

import json
import re

l = '[{reason: NA, employeeName: bob smith}, {reason: NA, employeName: tom jones, createdAt: 2021-04-28 17:04:52.684064+00:00}]'
res = []
objects = re.findall(r'{[^}]*}', l)
for o in objects:
    attr = re.findall(r'([^:,{]*):([^,}]*)', o)
    for a in attr:
        res[-1][a[0].strip()] = a[1].strip()
duanhuahai 注册会员
2023-01-25 18:42

For the idea behind it, we took this list , and dealt with each dictionary alone , we turned it to a string so we can manipulate it. Next we're recreating the dictionary, by defining the key and the item foe each step: so as an example:

list_dict1 = '[{reason: NA, employeeName: bob smith}, {reason: NA, employeName: tom jones}]'
# Converting string to list
list_dict2 = list_dict1.strip('][').split(', ')
# => it converts string representation of list to a list
for i in list_dict2:
# we loop on each inner "dictionary" rep
   s=str(i)# so we can use strip and split methods 
   d = dict([
    (x.split(':')[0].strip(), x.split(':')[1].strip("' "))
    for x in s.strip("{}").split(',')
   # for each x that represents key:item, cs we deleted {} and we split 
   them based on ","
   # Next we defined the key as being the first item , if we split using 
   # ":", and so on
   # we're appending each new dictionary created to our result list

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