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Android Build a Blog Reader Android App Getting Data from the Web Parsing Data Returned in JSON Format

Monzer Selim
PLUS
Monzer Selim
Courses Plus Student 3,849 Points

i donot know what is wrong with my code

String name = jsonData.getString("name"); String publisher = jsonData.getString("publisher"); String language = jsonData.getString("language"); JSONArray jsonBooks = jsonData.getJSONArray("books"); for ( int i = 0 ; i < jsonBooks.length() ; i++){ JSONObject jsonBook = jsonBooks.getJSONObject(i); String bookName = jsonBook.getString("title"); int bookPages = jsonBook.getInt("pages"); Log.i("CodeChallenge" , bookName + i + "," + bookPages); }

1 Answer

Kate Hoferkamp
Kate Hoferkamp
5,205 Points

The Log.i() method you were using had a few things wrong with it.

First of all, you do not need to have BookName 1, you just need the first bookname, the 'i' is not needed.
Secondly, you did not have a space after your comma.

Here is the correct for loop:

for ( int i = 0 ; i < jsonBooks.length() ; i++){ 
  JSONObject jsonBook = jsonBooks.getJSONObject(i); 
  String bookName = jsonBook.getString("title"); 
  int bookPages = jsonBook.getInt("pages"); 
  Log.i("CodeChallenge", bookName + ", " + bookPages); 
}