How do I parse a JSON string in a Python object?

To convert a JSON string to a Python object, use the json.loads() method of the built-in package named json. The json.loads() method parses the provided JSON data string and returns a Python dictionary containing all the data from the JSON. You can get parsed data from this Python dictionary by referring to objects by names or, starting from Python 3.7, by indexes. Nested JSON objects will also be processed and included in the dictionary (see example below). To parse a JSON file, use the json.load() paired method (without the "s"). In this Python Parse JSON example, we convert JSON containing a nested array into a Python object and read the data by name and index. Click Execute to run the Python Parse JSON example online and see result.
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