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Collect.js toJson() Method
  • Last Updated : 03 Dec, 2020

The toJson() method is used to convert the collection into a JSON string. JSON or JavaScript Object Notation is a format for structuring data that is used by web applications to communicate with each other.

Syntax:

collect.toJson()

Parameters: The collect() method takes one argument that is converted into the collection and then toJson() method is applied to it.

Return Value: This method returns a JSON string.

Below example illustrate the toJson() method in collect.js:



Example 1:

Javascript




const collect = require('collect.js'); 
  
let obj = [
    
        username: 'code_hunt',
        user_id: 123456,
        organisation: 'geeksforgeeks',
    
];
    
const collection = collect(obj);   
    
const newObject = collection.toJson(); 
  
console.log(newObject);

Output:

{
    "username": "code_hunt", 
    "user_id": 123456, 
    "organisation": "geeksforgeeks"
}

Example 2:

Javascript




const collect = require('collect.js'); 
  
let obj = [ 
    
        name: 'Rahul'
        dob: '25-10-96'
    }, 
    
        name: 'Aditya'
        dob: '23-10-96'
    
]; 
    
const collection = collect(obj);   
    
const newObject = collection.toJson(); 
  
console.log(newObject);

Output:

{"name": "Rahul", "dob": "25-10-96"}, 
{"name": "Aditya", "dob": "23-10-96"}
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