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comment Making use of the *“has_more”: true* json attribute in the Json response from stackoverflow
@savagius Have a look at my edit.
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comment Making use of the *“has_more”: true* json attribute in the Json response from stackoverflow
@savagius There are two ways: Either just poll data until has_more is set to false or use a filter that includes the total property (to be found under .wrapper filters).
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comment Making use of the *“has_more”: true* json attribute in the Json response from stackoverflow
@savagius Exactly. So if there are 900 entries as a response to your query, you would have to do 9 queries total with the last having page=9 as a parameter.
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answered Making use of the *“has_more”: true* json attribute in the Json response from stackoverflow