I have JSON of the following form:
that I'm trying to parse in Python. I've imported json (or simplejson, depending on what version of Python you're using) and everything goes pretty well until I get to this block:
for result in page['blah']:
that = result['first']
which throws the error "TypeError: list indices must be integers, not str".
I'm pretty sure this error is due to the extra pair of square-bracket that makes the JSON inside look like a list.
My question, assuming that's the case, is, How do I remove it and still have valid JSON to parse as dictionaries?
Other workarounds welcome. If I need to supply more info, let me know. Thanks!
(Added the missing curly bracket and changed a couple of confusing terms--I was trying to come up with generic terms on the fly, sorry for any confusion.)