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    ShadowFiend
    @ZackNicola
    im twenty two
    can i call you bro?
    Sweden!!!
    is really good place
    Mattias Karlsson
    @devlead
    Haha, sure 🤷‍♂️ I'm a bit older than that.
    ShadowFiend
    @ZackNicola
    im scared
    why you use this🤷‍♂️
    I care more about ♂
    do you know how we use this?
    in china
    Mattias Karlsson
    @devlead
    no worries :)
    Let me know if you have any more issues with LitJson got to grab lunch.
    ShadowFiend
    @ZackNicola
    ok !
    have a good lunch!
    can i donate litjson?
    Mattias Karlsson
    @devlead
    I'm unsure what you mean, it's open source with very permissive license.
    ShadowFiend
    @ZackNicola
    yes
    but open source need money too,does it?
    OpenSLL
    i can give a little money
    for your help
    Mattias Karlsson
    @devlead
    LitJSON only accept code contributions at this moment.
    ShadowFiend
    @ZackNicola
    ok
    good luck good man
    Dimanit
    @dvazhenind_twitter
    Hi Dude
    i am chineese
    and i try to use this LitJson
    Okay, sorry. Where can I downloadd the dll file?
    Mattias Karlsson
    @devlead
    It's available on nuget
    ShadowFiend
    @ZackNicola
    why so many chinese here?
    and why ask same question?
    are you just copy my text?
    ERTUĞRUL GAZİ AKCAN
    @hellboysclub_twitter
    how can i download litjason.dll data?
    Mattias Karlsson
    @devlead
    @hellboysclub_twitter It's available on nuget
    https://www.nuget.org/packages/LitJson/
    sattwikp
    @spati2
    does litjson have a usecase for NullValueHandling
    ShadowFiend
    @ZackNicola
    Hiii, bro, are you there?
    there is an problem when we use litJson
    we just find litJson don't have float Type Value
    only double
    Mattias Karlsson
    @devlead
    @spati2 yes?
    @ZackNicola possible, would you mind raising an issue?
    ShadowFiend
    @ZackNicola
    @devlead you can do a test: create an object include float value, make this object to jsonObject maybe you need base some class ?
    sattwikp
    @spati2
    So my usecase is to omit class properties with null values. Currently I am doing a regex replace to handle that. I was wondering if there is something simpler that I could do
    Mattias Karlsson
    @devlead
    @spati2 if not already possible that sounds like a reasonable addition, please raise an issue
    John
    @JVimes
    Is there a way to have pretty printing, but with a particular array written on a single line?
    "Items" : ["1", "2",  "4"]
    Mattias Karlsson
    @devlead
    No, not atm.
    John
    @JVimes
    Thank you. Probably not a super high value feature.
    John
    @JVimes
    @devlead If I try to implement it, what do you think of this? The user places [CustomExporter(nameof(FooCustomExporter))] on a class member. Now, WriteValue()uses that custom exporter on the member (in my use case above, the exporter writes the array without newlines).
    vedrit
    @vedrit
    Hi all, I'm trying to read nested data from my JSON file and I'm getting an error that JsonData is not a dictionary. I assume I'm trying to go down the wrong path and I'm not having any luck searching online. If anyone has any suggestions, it'd be appreciated