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Class

JSONObject

Name

setInt()

Examples
JSONObject json;

void setup() {

  json = new JSONObject();
  
  json.setInt("count", 88);
  json.setFloat("weight", 35.432);
  json.setString("name", "celery");
  json.setBoolean("isFruit", false);

  int count = json.getInt("count");
  float weight = json.getFloat("weight");
  String name = json.getString("name");
  boolean isFruit = json.getBoolean("isFruit");

  println(count + ", " + weight + ", " + name + ", " + isFruit);
}

// Sketch prints:
// 88, 35.432, celery, false
Description Inserts a new key/int pair into the JSONObject or, if a value with the specified key already exists, assigns a new value.
Syntax
.setInt(key, value)
Parameters
key String: a key string
value int: the value to assign
ReturnsJSONObject
RelatedsetFloat()
setString()
setBoolean()
Updated on October 2, 2018 05:02:12pm EDT

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