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This is a page from the book titled The json-simple Java Library . The book explains how to use the json-simple Java library to generate, transform, and query JSON text. This page provides review questionsand answers for the page titled Json0210: Structure of the json-simple Java Library . Once you study that page, you should be able to answer the review questions in this page.

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Question 1 .

True or False? Version 1.1 of the json-simple Java library contains the following packages:

  • org.json.simple
  • org.json.simple.parser

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Question 2

True or False? Version 1.1 of the json-simple Java library contains the public classes shown below

  • ItemList
  • JSONArray
  • JSONObject
  • JSONParser
  • JSONValue
  • ParseException
  • Object
  • Yytoken

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Question 3

True or False? Version 1.1 of the json-simple Java library contains a class named Yylex in the org.json.simple.parser package that is declared to be package-private .

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Question 4

True or False? Despite its name, the JSONArray class is not really an array. Instead, it is a List .

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Question 5

True or False? Objects of the JSONArray class contain unordered data.

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Question 6

True or False? Other than the JSONObject class and the JSONArray class, all of the classes in version 1.1 of the json-simple Java library extend the Object class.

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Question 7

True or False? The JSONObject class extends the standard Java TreeSet class.

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Question 8

True or False? An object of the JSONObject class maps keys or names to values .

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Question 9

True or False? An object of the JSONObject class can contain duplicate keys but cannot contain duplicate values.

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Question 10

True or False? An object of the JSONObject class is an unordered collection.

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Answer 10

True. An object of the JSONObject class extends the HashMap class and implements the Map interface. According to the Oracle documentation, "The order of a map is defined as the order in which the iterators on the map's collection views return theirelements. Some map implementations, like the TreeMap class, make specific guarantees as to their order; others, like the HashMap class, do not."

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Answer 9

False. The JSONObject class implements the Map interface. According to the Oracle documentation, "A map cannot contain duplicate keys; each key can map to at most one value."

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Answer 8

True. JSON documentation often speaks of name/value pairs. However, the JSONObject class extends the standard Java HashMap class, which implements the Map interface. According to the Oracle Java documentation, an object that implements the Map interface is "An object that maps keys to values." Therefore, it is probably acceptable to use the terms name/value and key/value interchangeably.

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Answer 7

False. The JSONObject class extends the standard Java HashMap class.

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Answer 5

False. Because the JSONArray class extends the ArrayList class, which implementsthe List interface, it is "An ordered collection (also known as a sequence). The user of this interface has precise control over where in the list each element is inserted. The user can access elements by their integer index (position in the list), and search for elements in the list."

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Answer 4

True. The JSONArray class extends the standard ArrayList class, which implements the List interface.

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Answer 2

False. Version 1.1 of the json-simple Java library does not contain a class named Object .

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