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Convert JSON to CSV in Java

In this tutorial, we'll explore how to convert JSON data to CSV format using Java's built-in libraries.

Understanding JSON and CSV

Let's begin by understanding the two key players: JSON and CSV.

JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is a lightweight data format for easy data exchange between systems.

CSV (Comma-Separated Values) is a simple tabular format often used for data storage and analysis.

Using Java Libraries

To achieve this conversion, we'll use Java's standard libraries.

Step 1: JSON Data Preparation

Let's assume we have JSON data representing hero attributes:

        "name": "Aldric the Brave",
        "power": "Courage",
        "level": 42
        "name": "Lyra the Wise",
        "power": "Knowledge",
        "level": 38
        "name": "Faelan the Swift",
        "power": "Speed",
        "level": 45

Step 2: Conversion with Java

Let's write Java code to convert JSON to CSV:

import org.json.JSONArray;
import org.json.JSONObject;


public class JsonToCsvConverter {

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        JSONArray heroesData = new JSONArray("[...]"); // Replace with your JSON data

        try (FileWriter csvWriter = new FileWriter("heroes.csv")) {

            for (Object heroObj : heroesData) {
                JSONObject hero = (JSONObject) heroObj;

        } catch (IOException e) {

Step 3: Transformation Complete

Your JSON data is now transformed into a structured CSV format.


You've learned how to convert JSON to CSV using Java's libraries. This skill is valuable for data processing tasks.

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