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public abstract class JsonElement extends Object 

A class representing an element of Json. It could either be a JsonObject, a JsonArray, a JsonPrimitive or a JsonNull.

public final class JsonObject extends JsonElement 

A class representing an object type in Json. An object consists of name-value pairs where names are strings, and values are any other type of JsonElement. This allows for a creating a tree of JsonElements. The member elements of this object are maintained in order they were added.

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Nevermind that question.

JsonElement contains common code for all the valid types in JSON:

  • JsonObject
  • JsonArray
  • JsonPrimitive (string, number, boolean)
  • JsonNull

This allows you a write a method that takes a JsonElement that works with any of the above types.

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JsonElement is the base type for all of the different specific types - it's a base class with common things that all nodes should implement. Logically, this makes a lot of sense.

The thing that all specific types inherits from JsonElement is a good thing for you, too. It allows you to test if an object is a Json node representation, simply by checking if it inherits from JsonElement.

The JsonElement class is available to you as a public class probably not because you'd want to subclass it, but because you'd want to test for its subclasses.

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