Import Json web data source to xls or csv

Michael Herman hermanmu at
Wed Feb 20 19:27:13 CET 2013

Looks like you got it figured out. The indentation error probably occurred
from the copy and paste job into the email.

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On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 11:13 PM, io <maroso at> wrote:

> Hi Michael (name of my son) and thanks for the big help.
> I'm starting to love python sintax (did they call it python for the slim
> it is compared to other languages?)
> Your code didn't work immediatley as it was givin an indentation error
> that i sorted out quickly fixing the last two lines.
> It worked like a charm!  :-)
> About your suggestions, i tried datanitro but that it only for excel and
> seems to not work under linux on playonlinux (as no linux support is
> given)
> I haven't tried the other solution you suggested, i will give it a try as
> soon as possible.
> What i'm trying to do is find a new programming language that can
> integrate with softwares like libre office cal or openoffice cal or excel
> as i had my prg working on windows and vba didn't have any issues, but
> now that i moved and try to do all on linux vba isn't 100 percent working
> and many system calls cannot be done.
> Do you know any place where i can start learning seriously python on the
> web?
> Last question : how can i set a condition in order to exclude from
> importing those rows that have both bid and ask values = none?
> I'll try to figure it out in the meantime but i'm a noob so any help will
> be appreciated.
> I actually started using SPE and have winpdb installed on my linux box.
> Thanks again for all the help.
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