4 examples of 'looping an array is possible in json' in JavaScript

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15function arrayParser(json) {
16 var result = '[';
17 for(var i=0;i<json.length;i++) {
18 var type = Object.prototype.toString.call(json[i]);
19 if(type == ARRAY_STR) {
20 result += arrayParser(json[i]);
21 }
22 else if(type == OBJECT_STR) {
23 result += objectParser(json[i]);
24 }
25 else if(type == STRING_STR) {
26 result += '"'+json[i]+'"';
27 }
28 else {
29 result += json[i];
30 }
31 if(i < (json.length-1)) {
32 result += ',';
33 }
34 }
35 result += ']';
36 return result;
37}
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272ParseArray(): any { throw new Error("Not implemented.");}
180function Compensate(json) {
181 js = splitJson(json)
182 if ((js.length == 2) && (js[1].toString()[0] != js[1].toString()[0].toUpperCase()))
183 {
184 js.push(js[1])
185 js[1] = ""
186 }
187 // if ((js[2] == 'previous') && (js[1]==''))
188 // js[2] = js[0] + js[2]
189 return js
190}
38function arrayFrom(json) {
39 var queue = [], next = json;
40 while (next !== undefined) {
41 if ($.type(next) == "array")
42 return next;
43 if ($.type(next) == "object") {
44 for (var key in next)
45 queue.push(next[key]);
46 }
47 next = queue.shift();
48 }
49 // none found, consider the whole object a row
50 return [json];
51}

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