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Constant: string JSON_INVALID = "﷐";

The string constant JSON_INVALID has the value "﷐"

A return value that indicates an invalid 'type' was specified to the llList2Json function.
Also a return value for llJsonValueType function indicating the data type of a given address specifier in a given string-serialized JSON object.
Also a return value for llJsonGetValue to signify a specifier list attempting to access a nonexistent location within a Json text (see Examples).


  • Do not use JSON_INVALID with the llList2Json or llJsonSetValue functions. Otherwise noncompliant, invalid Json text will result.
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Type Flags Value Unicode Integer URL Encoded HTML Encoded Description
JSON_INVALID U+FDDO 64976 "%EF%B7%90"  Value returned when inputs are not well formed.
JSON_OBJECT U+FDD1 64977 "%EF%B7%91" 
JSON_ARRAY U+FDD2 64978 "%EF%B7%92" 
JSON_NUMBER U+FDD3 64979 "%EF%B7%93" 
JSON_STRING U+FDD4 64980 "%EF%B7%94" 
JSON_NULL U+FDD5 64981 "%EF%B7%95" 
JSON_TRUE U+FDD6 64982 "%EF%B7%96" 
JSON_FALSE U+FDD7 64983 "%EF%B7%97" 
JSON_DELETE U+FDD8 64984 "%EF%B7%98"  Used with llJsonSetValue to remove a key-value pair.


•  llList2Json
•  llJsonValueType


// Using JSON_INVALID to iterate over a json array
// of unknown length
string jsonText = "[1,2,3,5,6]";

    touch_start(integer total_number)
        string item;
        integer iter;
        while ((item = llJsonGetValue(jsonText,[iter++])) != JSON_INVALID)
            llOwnerSay(item); // "1","2","3","5","6"

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string JSON_INVALID = "﷐";