json-bigint - JSON.parse/stringify with bigints support

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JSON.parse/stringify with bigints support. Based on Douglas Crockford JSON.js package and bignumber.js library. Specifies the parsing should be "strict" towards reporting duplicate-keys in the parsed string. The default follows what is allowed in standard json and resembles the behavior of JSON.parse, but overwrites any previous values with the last one assigned to the duplicate-key.



bignumber.js : ^4.0.0



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