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=JSON=
[[JSON Functions#json:parse|json:parse]] and [[JSON Functions#json:serialize|json:serialize]] facilitate a lossless conversion from JSON to XML and back. The transformation is based on the following rules:
# The resulting document has a <code><json/></code> root node.
# Names (keys) of objects are represented as elements:
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|Serializes the node specified by <code>$input</code> as JSON, and returns the result as <code>xs:string</code> instance. The serialized node must conform to the syntax specified by the [[JSON Functions#json:parse|json:parse()]] function.<br />XML documents can also be serialized as JSON if the [[Serialization|Serialization Option]] <code>"method"</code> is set to <code>"json"</code>.
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=JsonML=
[[JSON Functions#json:serialize-ml|json:serialize-ml]] and [[JSON Functions#json:parse-ml|json:parse-ml]] are used to transform XML to JSON and back, using the [http://jsonml.org JsonML] dialect. JsonML can be used to transform arbitrary XML documents, but namespaces, comments and processing instructions will be discarded in the transformation process. More details are found in the official [http://jsonml.org/XML JsonML documentation].
==json:serialize-ml==
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