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19 donicek 875 (72 B)
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Challenge: JSON

Challenge information

Challenge Type Private
Challenge Status Open
Constant name JSON
Trim method Full trim
Disabled functions json_decode
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Instructions

The JSON will have double quotes around the keys, space after comma and colon.

The depth of the JSON will not be deeper then what you see in the example.

The keys will always be characters in lower and upper case and random 5 to 10 length.

The values will always be numerical and the random value from 1 to 99999.

Output the key and value as shown below.

Separate each "key = value" with a newline.

The keys in the output must be in alphabetical order.

Example

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{"e": 5, "d": 4, "c": 3, "b": 2, "a": 1}
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a = 1
b = 2
c = 3
d = 4
e = 5

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