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

Im not sure what I'm doing wrong

In the code challenge the instruction are the folloging: Finally, write a 'for' loop that loops through 'jsonBooks'. In each step of the loop, use 'getJSONObject(int index)' to get a JSONObject from the array. Then use the 'Log.i()' method (with "CodeChallenge" as the tag) to write the book title, a comma, a space, and the number of pages. Ex. output: 'Book title 1, 300'.

I'm writting the following:

                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 jsonPost = jsonBooks.getJSONObject(i); String title = jsonPost.getString("title"); String pages = jsonPost.getString("pages");
Log.i("CodeChallenge", "Book title, " + title + pages);}

but I dont know why im getting it wrong.

1 Answer

never mind the answer was: String pages = jsonPost.getString("pages");
Log.i("CodeChallenge", title + ", " + pages);} but thanks anyway. :)