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Hey everyone!

sorry to ask such a simple question, but I am new to programming.

I am trying to parse a json string into a php array and I can't figure out what im doing wrong.

*** I should add that i don't see any error messages, but my array does not print when i try to print it with print_r();

Here is my code:


$jsonData = '{"id":100,"name":"Manhattan","level":1,"city":"New York","state":"NY","path":"manhattan","parent_id":1,"boundary_encoded_points_string":"kfqwFzkwbM}uAwM_iAmIgi@yQyfDm{BqmGc`Eon@ki@ir@{Ogt@cCcSia@{t@e`@}k@}Lwi@k[qBe[~Fc]lI}KzEcO^aUxFgN~I{Gd]pEff@xe@ra@h[pz@tj@hjA~b@loAoFfhAdAdf@ea@jk@{@vc@hh@dk@~[pb@lEfX_HtQ|CjWzWv|@vp@nh@vj@bYde@bf@dOri@Hvn@wBvtAtf@rS|y@zEzfA|Ofa@te@~|@{B|o@_Wd\\}n@s@","small_image_uri":"/images/no_photo_small.png","title":"Manhattan","subtitle":"in NYC","details":""}';

$phpArray = json_decode($jsonData);


Updated 12-Dec-14 15:49pm

1 solution

The culprit is this:

remove the double backslashes \\ nearing the end.
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