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For example, the tiny bit of cognitive overhead it takes someone to realize that My guess is that you've found some sample code written for Python 2.x, where you can convert between byte strings and Unicode strings just by calling the appropriate constructors, without specifying an encoding, which would default to Sorry, pressed Return.
I tried Qwerty = json.loads(FCData) and got error message "Type Error: the JSON object must be str, not 'bytes'".
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I have succeeded in downloading the JSON datafile from the MET Office, and now I want to extract the info I need.I still need to get the info out of the file though.(NB I have used Microsoft Visual Basic for Excel a bit, which is where I got the STR ideas from).I can do this by converting the file to a string and using import urllib.request import json #Comment: THIS IS THE CALL TO GET THE MET OFFICE FILE FROM THE INTERNET #Comment: **** = my personal met office API key, which I had better keep to myself response = urllib.request.urlopen('res=3hourly&key=****') FCData = response.read() FCData Str = str(FCData) #Comment: END OF THE CALL TO GET MET OFFICE FILE FROM THE INTERNET #Comment: Example of data extraction Ch Pos = FCData Str.find('"DV"') #Find "DV" Ch Pos = FCData Str.find('"data Date"', Ch Pos, Ch Pos 50) #Find "data Date" File Data Date = FCData Str[Ch Pos 12: Ch Pos 22] #Extract the date of the file #Comment: And so on As a side note, unless you have a good reason for doing otherwise (e.g., to fit in with an ecosystem with its own coding style), it's usually better to use PEP 8 style for Python code, especially code you may need to ask for help with on Stack Overflow, python-list, etc.