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JSON_PRETTY

База данных: MySQL
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JSON_PRETTY(json_val)

Provides pretty-printing of JSON values similar to that implemented in
PHP and by other languages and database systems. The value supplied
must be a JSON value or a valid string representation of a JSON value.
Extraneous whitespaces and newlines present in this value have no
effect on the output. For a NULL value, the function returns NULL. If
the value is not a JSON document, or if it cannot be parsed as one, the
function fails with an error.

Formatting of the output from this function adheres to the following
rules:

o Each array element or object member appears on a separate line,
indented by one additional level as compared to its parent.

o Each level of indentation adds two leading spaces.

o A comma separating individual array elements or object members is
printed before the newline that separates the two elements or
members.

o The key and the value of an object member are separated by a colon
followed by a space (': ').

o An empty object or array is printed on a single line. No space is
printed between the opening and closing brace.

o Special characters in string scalars and key names are escaped
employing the same rules used by the JSON_QUOTE() function.

URL: https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/8.0/en/json-utility-functions.html

Пример

mysql> SELECT JSON_PRETTY('123'); # scalar
+--------------------+
| JSON_PRETTY('123') |
+--------------------+
| 123 |
+--------------------+

mysql> SELECT JSON_PRETTY("[1,3,5]"); # array
+------------------------+
| JSON_PRETTY("[1,3,5]") |
+------------------------+
| [
1,
3,
5
] |
+------------------------+

mysql> SELECT JSON_PRETTY('{"a":"10","b":"15","x":"25"}'); # object
+---------------------------------------------+
| JSON_PRETTY('{"a":"10","b":"15","x":"25"}') |
+---------------------------------------------+
| {
"a": "10",
"b": "15",
"x": "25"
} |
+---------------------------------------------+

mysql> SELECT JSON_PRETTY('["a",1,{"key1":
'> "value1"},"5", "77" ,
'> {"key2":["value3","valueX",
'> "valueY"]},"j", "2" ]')\G # nested arrays and objects
*************************** 1. row ***************************
JSON_PRETTY('["a",1,{"key1":
"value1"},"5", "77" ,
{"key2":["value3","valuex",
"valuey"]},"j", "2" ]'): [
"a",
1,
{
"key1": "value1"
},
"5",
"77",
{
"key2": [
"value3",
"valuex",
"valuey"
]
},
"j",
"2"
]