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NAME

       bson_array_as_json - bson_array_as_json()

SYNOPSIS

          char *
          bson_array_as_json (const bson_t *bson, size_t *length);

PARAMETERS

       · bson: A bson_t.

       · length: An optional location for the length of the resulting string.

DESCRIPTION

       The  bson_array_as_json()  function  shall  encode  bson as a UTF-8 string using libbson's
       legacy JSON format, except the outermost element is encoded as a JSON array, rather than a
       JSON  document.   The caller is responsible for freeing the resulting UTF-8 encoded string
       by calling bson_free() with the result.

       If non-NULL, length will be set to the length of the result in bytes.

RETURNS

       If successful, a newly allocated UTF-8 encoded string and length is set.

       Upon failure, NULL is returned.

EXAMPLE

          #include <bson/bson.h>

          int main ()
          {
             bson_t bson;
             char *str;

             bson_init (&bson);
             /* BSON array is a normal BSON document with integer values for the keys,
              * starting with 0 and continuing sequentially
              */
             BSON_APPEND_UTF8 (&bson, "0", "foo");
             BSON_APPEND_UTF8 (&bson, "1", "bar");

             str = bson_array_as_json (&bson, NULL);
             /* Prints
              * [ "foo", "bar" ]
              */
             printf ("%s\n", str);
             bson_free (str);

             bson_destroy (&bson);
          }

AUTHOR

       MongoDB, Inc

COPYRIGHT

       2017-present, MongoDB, Inc