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A few helper functions which use JSON Path to perform operations on JSON transformed into Python objects.

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Innovisk Wolverine JSON Funcs

The functions herein allow simple operations to be performed on a JSON object which have been transformed into Python objects (dicts and lists).

The Python objects are transversed using what I believe to be standard JSON Path. Here are a couple examples: $.Datavalue[?Cd="Losses"].Value $.Locations[0].Value There is currently no capability to do && filtering such as [?Cd="Losses" && Name="Bob"] because it is not required for our project at this time.

This package is admittedly fairly specific to our implementation, but if it's useful to anyone please feel free to use it and suggest improvements :)

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