Don't use decimal keys when accessing Xano objects; use integers instead
Another thing I wish I knew beforehand.
Do not use a
decimal as the key for accessing a value in an a Xano object; convert the key to an
integer first. Trying to access a value with a
decimal key will return
E.g. do this:
I couldn’t find an explanation of this behavior in the documentation, so thought I would share it with you here.
This is probably something I should know if I were a trained developer, but I’m not. And you probably aren’t either, so here you go.
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Maybe be the "." dot notation in the decimal caused it to find the  index of the decimal number so for decimal '1000.1' is converted to 1000. under the hood in xano. I think if you use '..' double dot notation to access the object instead it should work.