Or better, yet, use an array.

On Aug 20, 2:06 pm, david <david.brill...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Buda,
>
> you can't rely on browser internal way to store JSON. Each as its own
> way.
> The only thing you can do is to call a sort() function but in that
> case you'll also loose original order.**
>
> One thing I can propose is to modify data to have an numerical index
> to your data so calling a sort() function will give you the original
> order.
> Your data could look like that:
>
>  {
>  "Data":
>     {
>      "1":{"ABC": "6"},
>      "2":{"NUI": "1"},
>      "3":{"ITM": "10"}
>       .....
>      }
>
>  }
>
> --
> david
> On 20 août, 13:28, buda <www...@pochta.ru> wrote:
>
>
>
> > I have a problem:
> > from server I receive such JSON string (resp.responseJSON.Data)
>
> > {
> > "Data":
> >    {
> >     "ABC": "6",
> >     "NUI": "1",
> >     "ITM": "10"
> >      .....
> >     }
>
> > }
>
> > where elements in Data have the apropriate order
> > When I do $H(responseJSON.Data) - I have hash object with different
> > order of elements
> > But I need to have the original order of elements!
>
> > What should I do and how can I get it?
> > Help me please
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