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Recently I needed to quickly create some temporary JSON objects from some preexisting data. So, I turned to Json.NET, a very popular JSON framework for .NET. Since I got my data on the fly (think parsing some other data structures and you have lots of anonymous results), I didn’t want to create classes for such instances.

Posted by dotCore  |   Oct 12 2013 / 18:05

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