Explaining the utilization of JSON's dumps() method in Python

The json.dumps() function in Python is used to convert a dictionary object into a string in the JSON data format. This can be useful when you need to represent the data in the dictionary as a string for tasks such as parsing or printing. The function returns a JSON string representation of the dictionary, which can be easily stored or transmitted.

  • The code below is an example of json.dumps() method in which the method is used to serialize the dictionary into a JSON-formatted string and sort it in ascending order with respect to keys.
  • The indent=4 parameter adds indentation for better readability, and sort_keys=True sorts the keys in ascending order.