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Published 11 months agoSun, 16 Dec 2018 09:40:02 -0800

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I'm getting an error message of "Cannot use object of type stdclass as array" message. What can I do to fix this problem?

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When we use json_decode();, we get an object of type stdClass as return type. 
1. Cast the object to array.
This can be achieved as follows.

$a = (array)$object;

2. By accessing the key of the Object
As mentioned earlier, when you use json_decode(); function, it returns an Object of stdClass. you can access the elements of the object with the help of -> Operator.

$value = $object->key;
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