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Could you please provide more details? Thanks
Sat 7:23 3/3/18
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When I was dealing with this API in the mock IMAX app I had created I was using sth like ```java // genre is json array JSONArray genreArray = movieObj.getJSONArray("genre"); ArrayList<String> genre = new ArrayList<String>(); for(int j=0;j < genreArray.length(); j++){ // Your genre is here genreArray.get(j); } ``` `movieObj` is the response from the endpoint Does that help?
Fri 4:40 9/1/15
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When I was dealing with this API in the mock IMAX app I had created I was using sth like ```java // genre is json array JSONArray genreArray = movieObj.getJSONArray("genre"); ArrayList<String> genre = new ArrayList<String>(); for(int j=0;j < genreArray.length(); j++){ // Your genre is here genreArray.get(j); } ``` `movieObj` is the response from the endpoint Does that help?
Fri 4:40 9/1/15
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When I was dealing with this API in the mock IMAX app I had created I was using sth like ```java // genre is json array JSONArray genreArray = movieObj.getJSONArray("genre"); ArrayList<String> genre = new ArrayList<String>(); for(int j=0;j < genreArray.length(); j++){ // Your genre is here genreArray.get(j); } ``` `movieObj` is the response from the endpoint Does that help?
Fri 4:40 9/1/15
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When I was dealing with this API in the mock IMAX app I had created I was using sth like ```java // genre is json array JSONArray genreArray = movieObj.getJSONArray("genre"); ArrayList<String> genre = new ArrayList<String>(); for(int j=0;j < genreArray.length(); j++){ // Your genre is here genreArray.get(j); } ``` `movieObj` is the response from the endpoint Does that help?
Fri 4:40 9/1/15