JsonObject::clear() removes all members from the object pointed by the JsonObject.

If the JsonObject is null/unbound, this function does nothing.

Causes memory leaks ⚠️

Because JsonDocument contains a monotonic allocator, this function cannot release the memory associated with the removed value.
Consequently, you cannot call this function in a loop; otherwise, the JsonDocument will overflow.

Prefer JsonDocument::clear() which doesn’t leak memory.


void clear() const;

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