How to remove quotation mark using json

When the link http://localhost:3000/calendar.json, the result become
[{“id”:2,“start”:“2012-02-07T20:11:00+08:00”,“end”:“2012-02-07T22:11:00+08:00”,“allDay”:false}]

I don’t know how to remove quotation mark. Below the json I want:
[{id:2,start:“2012-02-07T20:11:00+08:00”,end:“2012-02-07T22:11:00+08:00”,allDay:false}]

Bro/Sis, any suggestion for me??

On Tue, Feb 7, 2012 at 1:28 PM, Joachim C. [email protected]
wrote:

When the link http://localhost:3000/calendar.json, the result become

[{“id”:2,“start”:“2012-02-07T20:11:00+08:00”,“end”:“2012-02-07T22:11:00+08:00”,“allDay”:false}]

I don’t know how to remove quotation mark. Below the json I want:

[{id:2,start:“2012-02-07T20:11:00+08:00”,end:“2012-02-07T22:11:00+08:00”,allDay:false}]

Bro/Sis, any suggestion for me??

Is there any reason why? … because you have to use that data in a lot
of
ways… its just… data

Javier Q

Joachim C. wrote in post #1044574:

When the link http://localhost:3000/calendar.json, the result become

[{“id”:2,“start”:“2012-02-07T20:11:00+08:00”,“end”:“2012-02-07T22:11:00+08:00”,“allDay”:false}]

I don’t know how to remove quotation mark. Below the json I want:

[{id:2,start:“2012-02-07T20:11:00+08:00”,end:“2012-02-07T22:11:00+08:00”,allDay:false}]

Your JSON “below” (what you say you want) is invalid JSON.
http://json.org/

All keys defining an object in JSON are strings. String are quoted with
double quotes. Read the spec for yourself.

Robert W. wrote in post #1044580:

Joachim C. wrote in post #1044574:

When the link http://localhost:3000/calendar.json, the result become

[{“id”:2,“start”:“2012-02-07T20:11:00+08:00”,“end”:“2012-02-07T22:11:00+08:00”,“allDay”:false}]

I don’t know how to remove quotation mark. Below the json I want:

[{id:2,start:“2012-02-07T20:11:00+08:00”,end:“2012-02-07T22:11:00+08:00”,allDay:false}]

Your JSON “below” (what you say you want) is invalid JSON.
http://json.org/

All keys defining an object in JSON are strings. String are quoted with
double quotes. Read the spec for yourself.

Hi Robert, you are right. All must have double quotes except the
boolean. I just have solved my calender project already. Thank you for
provide me the information. This information really useful and easy
understand.

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