JSON Syntax:

Let’s have a quick look at the basic syntax of JSON. JSON syntax is basically considered as a subset of JavaScript syntax;

object

 {} { members }
members    pair    pair , members

pair

string : value

value

 string number object array true false null

array

 [] [ elements ]

elements

 value value , elements
string
 "" " chars "
chars
 char              (Example: A) char chars        (Example: ABC)
char
any-Unicode-character-     except-"-or-\-or-     control-character \" \\ \/ \b \f \n \r \t \u four-hex-digits
number
 int.          (Example: 123) int frac.     (Example: 10.5) int exp.      (Example: 10 e 3) int frac exp. (Example: 10.5 e 3)
int
 digit.                  (Example: 4) digit1-9 digits         (Example: 4526) - digit                 (Example: -3) - digit1-9 digits       (Example: -325)
frac
.digits      (Example:  .5) 
exp
e digits.    (Example: e 3) 
digits
 digit          (Example:  5) digit digits.  (Example: 325)
e
 e e+ e- E E+ E-