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2633. Convert Object to JSON String


Given a value, return a valid JSON string of that value. The value can be a string, number, array, object, boolean, or null. The returned string should not include extra spaces. The order of keys should be the same as the order returned by Object.keys().

Please solve it without using the built-in JSON.stringify method.


Example 1:

Input: object = {"y":1,"x":2}
Output: {"y":1,"x":2}
Return the JSON representation.
Note that the order of keys should be the same as the order returned by Object.keys().

Example 2:

Input: object = {"a":"str","b":-12,"c":true,"d":null}
Output: {"a":"str","b":-12,"c":true,"d":null}
The primitives of JSON are strings, numbers, booleans, and null.

Example 3:

Input: object = {"key":{"a":1,"b":[{},null,"Hello"]}}
Output: {"key":{"a":1,"b":[{},null,"Hello"]}}
Objects and arrays can include other objects and arrays.

Example 4:

Input: object = true
Output: true
Primitive types are valid inputs.



  • value is a valid JSON value
  • 1 <= JSON.stringify(object).length <= 105
  • maxNestingLevel <= 1000
  • all strings contain only alphanumeric characters


  • function jsonStringify(object: any): string {
        if (object === null) {
            return 'null';
        if (typeof object === 'string') {
            return `"${object}"`;
        if (typeof object === 'number' || typeof object === 'boolean') {
            return object.toString();
        if (Array.isArray(object)) {
            return `[${object.map(jsonStringify).join(',')}]`;
        if (typeof object === 'object') {
            return `{${Object.entries(object)
                .map(([key, value]) => `${jsonStringify(key)}:${jsonStringify(value)}`)
                .join(',')} }`;
        return '';

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