JSON MCQ Quiz & Online Test

  1. JSON stands for ________________
  2. Which is correct format of writting JSON name/value pair
  3. Which of the following is not a type in JSON?
  4. Who is the Father of JSON ?
  5. What is correct MIME type for JSON ?
  6. What extension in used to save a JSON file?
  7. Which of following statement is false about the space parameter in JSON.stringify() ?
  8. Can you use a double quote inside a JSON string?
  9. For What is a JSONStringer used for?
  10. Is JSON Case sensitive ?
  11. What two main structures compose JSON?
  12. How do JSON provide Internationalization?
JSON MCQ

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Below are few JSON MCQ test that checks your basic knowledge of JSON Framework. This JSON Test contains around 15 questions of multiple choice type with 4 options. You have to select the right answer to a question. You can see the correct answer by clicking view answer link.

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  • Java Standard Output Network
  • JavaScript Object Notation
  • JavaScript Output Name
  • Java Source Open Network
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  • 'name : value'
  • name = 'value'
  • name = "value"
  • "name" : "value"
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  • date
  • Object
  • Array
  • string
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  • Douglas Crockford
  • Rasmus Lerdorf
  • Douglas Michel
  • Dennis Ritchie
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  • application/js
  • application/json
  • json/mime
  • application/xml
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  • .json
  • .js
  • .javaN
  • .on
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  • It controls spacing in the resulting JSON string
  • It is an optional parameter
  • It removes whitespace
  • All are false
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  • No, you should use single quotes
  • Yes, if you use the ascii code.
  • Yes, if it is escaped like ( \" )
  • Yes, you can use it without any special treatment
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  • To quickly create number to JSON text.
  • To create JSON ordered pairs.
  • To converts JSON to Java strings
  • To quickly create JSON text
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  • Yes
  • No
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  • Arrays and Objects
  • Key and value
  • Class and Object
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  • Using Unicode.
  • Using keys.
  • Using datatype
  • Using lang
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