JSON formatters typically have several features, such as:
- Indentation: Indent nested elements to make it clear which elements are contained within other elements.
- Line breaks: Add line breaks between elements to make it easier to read.
- Syntax highlighting: to distinguish between different parts of the JSON code
- Data validation: to check if the JSON file is well-formed and correct.
There are various online JSON formatters available, such as Oumify.
Also, many code editors have built-in JSON formatters or have the ability to install a plugin to provide this functionality.
It's important to note that formatting the JSON code does not affect the functionality of the code, but it can help for maintenance and debugging purposes.
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