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quick and dirty way to convert json string to python object

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qjson
=====

quick and dirty way to convert json string to python object.

# install

`$pip install qjson`

or

just copy the qjson/qjson.py to your project.

#usage

```python
import qjson

json_str = '{"person":\
{"name":"jerry", "age":32, "web":{"url":"http://jatsz.org", "desc":"blog"}}, \
"grade": "a", "score":[80,90]}'

info = qjson.loads(json_str)

assert info.person.name == "jerry"
assert info.grade == "a"
assert info.score == [80, 90]
```




-0.1.8:
fix array as top element, which also has object within it.

-0.1.8:
supporting array has object as element.

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