On 2020-07-06, Chris Angelico <rosuav at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think that even in non-strict mode, round-tripping should be
> achieved after one iteration. That is to say, anything you can
> JSON-encode will JSON-decode to something that would create the same
> encoded form. Not sure if there's anything that would violate that
> (weak) guarantee.
I think what you're saying is, if we do:
json1 = json.dumps(foo)
json2 = json.dumps(json.loads(json1))
assert json1 == json2
the assertion should never fail (given that Python dictionaries are
ordered these days). I seems to me that should probably be true
regardless of any 'strict mode' flag - I can't immediately think of
any reason it wouldn't be.