2016-05-03 22:00 阅读 59


Okay, so I think you get what I wanna do by just watching the code.

//Get JSON text file (Steam API)
$json = file_get_contents('');

//Decode JSON
$game_json = json_decode($json, true);

//Target game name and echo it
echo $game_json['name'];

The JSON itself comes in this order (unstructured, very sorry):

{"57690":{"success":true,"data":{"type":"game","name":"Tropico 4: Steam Special Edition"

So my target is ""name":"Tropico 4: Steam Special Edition"", which is what I want to echo on my page. I'm not sure if it helps, but "name": appears once, is something like [0] needed in my code to target the first? Is the nesting what's stopping me here, or is the $game_json['name']; an incorrect way of targeting?

ANY tips and/or help will be much appreciated. Thanks.

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    dragon188199 dragon188199 2016-05-03 22:05

    In the future, use print_r($game_json) to check the array structure.

    $json = file_get_contents('');
    $game_json = json_decode($json, true);
    echo $game_json['57690']['data']['name'];
    //Tropico 4: Steam Special Edition
    echo $game_json['57690']['data']['required_age'];
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  • dongwen1935 dongwen1935 2016-05-03 22:11
    //This is your json string
    $string = {"57690":{"success":true,"data":{"type":"game","name":"Tropico 4: Steam Special Edition"...
    //Turn JSON string into object
    $data = json_decode($string);
    //Turn your object into an array (easier to work with in this case)
    $data = (Array)$data;
    //Get name of item with "57690" key
    $name = $data["57690"]->data->name;
    //Echo the name
    //You can also echo out all names of all items like this:
    foreach($data as $key => $item)
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