I wrote a C++ class that emulates Python syntax

wonder

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So I've recently wrote a C++ class that allows you to use some Python-like syntax in your C++ projects. :)

It's called PyData and it makes it really simple to create and manipulate JSON-like data-structures.
https://gitlab.com/brunowonder/pydata-class

Can you believe this is C++ code??? :D
B4X:
data = dict();
data["bruno"] = dict();
data["bruno"]["home"]    = "Setubal";
data["bruno"]["country"] = "Portugal";
data["bruno"]["name"]    = "Bruno";
data["bruno"]["surname"] = "Silva";
data["bruno"]["age"]     = 35;
data["bruno"]["stuff"]   = dict();
data["bruno"]["stuff"]["phone"] = "iPhone";
data["bruno"]["stuff"]["numbers"] = list();
Full example: https://gitlab.com/brunowonder/pydata-class/blob/master/functest.cpp

It sure looks like Python, doesn't it? Well, that's because it (also) is!

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It's MIT licensed, so feel free to use and abuse it! :)

Testing (Linux):
B4X:
# Install Valgrind (Ubuntu: sudo apt install valgrind)
# Compile with either g++ or clang++
# USAGE: ./test.sh COMPILER C++STANDARD
# Examples:
./test.sh g++     98 # Compile (and run) with GCC using the C++98 standard
./test.sh clang++ 14 # Compile (and run) with Clang using the C++14 standard
 
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