ScriptyChris – 17-39 Jan 13

I am quoting, because of already archived topic https://discord.com/channels/102860784329052160/931233696445501530/931234719188779069
Json and object are same
@Padmanabh No, JSON is not the same as object (although syntax is quite similar to objects in JavaScript - hence the name). JSON is a data interchange format (in form of text) and object is a value stored in memory. Objects (most often) do have a prototype, but JSON doesn't. JSON cannot contain functions, regexes and circular references. There is some more differences: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/JSON#javascript_and_json_differences
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