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get JSON results from URL in VBS

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We have a simple FX feed that comes in daily, I need to update our MS SQL database with the daily fx rates that come from the http://openexchangerates.org/api/latest.json. I n order to this I need to know if it is possible to create a simple vbs script to decode the resulting json.

Any assistance would be great.

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Dan
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this page is in japanese, but the code compiles and runs:

http://demon.tw/my-work/vbs-json.html
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