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1312static stringify(object, toEncodable, indent) {
1313 let output = new core.StringBuffer();
1314 _JsonStringStringifier.printOn(object, output, toEncodable, indent);
1315 return dart.toString(output);
1316}
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1export function stringify(object) {
2 var seen = [];
3
4 return JSON.stringify(object, function(key, val) {
5 if (val != null && typeof val == "object") {
6 if (seen.indexOf(val) >= 0) {
7 return;
8 }
9 seen.push(val);
10 }
11 return val;
12 });
13}
23export function jsonStringify(value: any) {
24 return JSON.stringify(value, replacer)
25}
26function Stringify(object) {
27 return JSON.stringify(Object.keys(object).sort().map(function(k) {
28 return {
29 name: k,
30 value: object[k]
31 }
32 }));
33}
12export function stringify(object, indent = 2) {
13 return JSON.stringify(cloneWithJsonReferences(object), null, indent);
14}
140function stringify(obj) {
141 // Implement a stable JSON.stringify
142 // Object's keys are alphabetically ordered
143 var key,
144 key_list,
145 i,
146 value,
147 result_list;
148 if (obj === undefined) {
149 return undefined;
150 }
151 if (obj === null) {
152 return 'null';
153 }
154 if (obj.constructor === Object) {
155 key_list = Object.keys(obj).sort();
156 result_list = [];
157 for (i = 0; i < key_list.length; i += 1) {
158 key = key_list[i];
159 value = stringify(obj[key]);
160 if (value !== undefined) {
161 result_list.push(stringify(key) + ':' + value);
162 }
163 }
164 return '{' + result_list.join(',') + '}';
165 }
166 if (obj.constructor === Array) {
167 result_list = [];
168 for (i = 0; i < obj.length; i += 1) {
169 result_list.push(stringify(obj[i]));
170 }
171 return '[' + result_list.join(',') + ']';
172 }
173 return JSON.stringify(obj);
174}
7function stringify(v) {
8 var type = typeof v;
9 switch (type) {
10 case "number":
11 return v;
12 case "boolean":
13 case "string":
14 case "function":
15 return "\"" + v + "\"";
16 default:
17 var r = [];
18 if (v instanceof Array) {
19 for ( var i = 0; i < v.length; i++) {
20 r.push(stringify(v[i]))
21 }
22 return "[" + r.join(",") + "]"
23 } else if (v instanceof Date) {
24 return v.getTime() + ""
25 } else {
26 for ( var n in v) {
27 r.push(n + ":" + stringify(v[n]))
28 }
29 return "{" + r.join(",") + "}"
30 }
31 }
32}
7function stringify(obj) {
8 return JSON.stringify(obj, null, 2);
9}
113function stringify(obj) {
114 if (typeof obj !== 'object') return obj;
115
116 var cache = [], keyMap = [], index;
117
118 var string = JSON.stringify(obj, function(key, value) {
119 // Let json stringify falsy values
120 if (!value) return value;
121
122 // If we're a node
123 if (value instanceof Node) return '[ Node ]';
124
125 // jasmine-given has expectations on Specs. We intercept to return a
126 // String to avoid stringifying the entire Jasmine environment, which
127 // results in exponential string growth
128 if (value instanceof jasmine.Spec) return '[ Spec: ' + value.description + ' ]';
129
130 // If we're a window (logic stolen from jQuery)
131 if (value.window && value.window === value.window.window) return '[ Window ]';
132
133 // Simple function reporting
134 if (typeof value === 'function') return '[ Function ]';
135
136 if (typeof value === 'object' && value !== null) {
137
138 if (index = cache.indexOf(value) !== -1) {
139 // If we have it in cache, report the circle with the key we first found it in
140 return '[ Circular {' + (keyMap[index] || 'root') + '} ]';
141 }
142 cache.push(value);
143 keyMap.push(key);
144 }
145 return value;
146 });
147 return string;
148}
8var stringify = function stringify(obj) { return JSON.stringify(obj, null, 2); };

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