If you have been using cJobject for working with json and VBA you’ll be used to this...
to create jSon from a cJobject
s = j.serialize
and the very laborious to create an object from jSon
set j = new cjobject
set j = j.init ( Nothing).deSerialize(s)
This also had the annoying side effect of creating an additional object level for j as below.
To make json in VBA you can now use either
and to make a cJobect from jSon
set j = JSONParse (s)
The old methods will continue to work as before, so there is no need to change any existing code.