Creating JSON using data abstraction classes

Yesterday I posted an update to the data abstraction classes for Excel.

I realized that there is also a method to convert that data into a JSON string. The following code would convert a worksheet into JSON, and can be downloaded here.


Option Explicit
Public Sub mainExample()
    Dim dSet As cDataSet

    Set dSet = New cDataSet
    With dSet
        .populateData Range("data!$a$1"), , , , , , True

        If .Where Is Nothing Then
            MsgBox ("No data to process")
            MsgBox .jSonObject
        End If
    End With
End Sub
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