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jq

 
A command-line JSON processor that uses a domain-specific language. More information: https://stedolan.github.io/jq/manual/.
 
  • Execute a specific expression (print a colored and formatted json):
     
    {{cat path/to/file.json}} | jq '{{.}}'
     
  • Execute a specific script:
     
    {{cat path/to/file.json}} | jq --from-file {{path/to/script.jq}}
     
  • Pass specific arguments:
     
    {{cat path/to/file.json}} | jq {{--arg "name1" "value1" --arg "name2" "value2" ...}} '{{. + $ARGS.named}}'
     
  • Print specific keys:
     
    {{cat path/to/file.json}} | jq '{{.key1, .key2, ...}}'
     
  • Print specific array items:
     
    {{cat path/to/file.json}} | jq '{{.[index1], .[index2], ...}}'
     
  • Print all array items/object keys:
     
    {{cat path/to/file.json}} | jq '.[]'
     
  • Add/remove specific keys:
     
    {{cat path/to/file.json}} | jq '{{.}} {{+|-}} {{{"key1": "value1", "key2": "value2", ...}}}'

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