• Hi,
    I just came over a an odd situation:
    I have a structure myData

    var myData={
      'A 3':{name:'..'}

    I can call myData.A1 as well as myData.A2 but of course myData.A 3 fails because of the space.
    Is it possible that Espruino interpreter should reject attributes containing spaces in the name?

  • I believe it's still entirely valid JS...

    You can just reference them with myData['A 3'] so it's not a big problem?

  • Correct, it is not a big problem. I didn't know JS was so permissive.
    Thanks for quick reply, @Gordon!

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[SOLVED] JSON attribute accepts spaces in name but cannot be addressed

Posted by Avatar for Jean-Philippe_Rey @Jean-Philippe_Rey