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result of jsonToken = {{"alg":"none","typ":"JWT"}.{"user":{"id":"Admin"}}}

this line of code exist below

var user = jsonToken.Claims.First(claim => claim.Type == "user").Value;

return {"id":"admin"}

i need to get value of id meaning i need to return Admin

You could convert user string to JObject and get the children like below:

What I have tried:

var user = jsonToken.Claims.First(claim => claim.Type == "user").Value;
var obj = JObject.Parse(user);
var id = obj.Children().Children();

meaning i need value of id as Admin
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Updated 11-Sep-19 1:58am
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Comments
Mohibur Rashid 10-Sep-19 17:41pm
   
Your json looks incorrect
There is dot in place of comma and top object absolutely wrong.

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Solution 1

This works, but only if the input string is correctly formatted:
string json2 = @"{ 'alg':'none','typ':'JWT','user':{'id':'Admin'}}";
dynamic dj = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<dynamic>(json2);
var user = dj["user"];
string id = user["id"];
   
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