examples/regex/very_bad.json
[
{
    TID : "t-0_login_sucess"
    Test :
    [
        {SetValue : { uname : "Zorg", pass : "Rules"} },
        {DoAction : "login"},
        {CheckResult: [0, LOGGED_IN]}
    ]
},
{ TID : "t-1_login_failure", Test : [ {SetValue :
{ uname : "11", pass : "im2happy78"} },
{DoAction : "login"}, {CheckResult: [-1000, LOGGED_OUT]} ] }
]
examples/regex/fix_very_bad_json.py
from __future__ import print_function
import re, json, os

json_file = os.path.join(
    os.path.dirname(__file__),
    'very_bad.json'
)
with open(json_file, 'r') as fh:
    bad_json = fh.read()
    #print(bad_json)
    improved_json  = re.sub(r'"\s*$', '",', bad_json, flags=re.MULTILINE)
    #print(improved_json)

    # good_json = re.sub(r'(?<!")(?P<word>[\w-]+)\b(?!")', '"\g<word>"',
    #   improved_json)
    # good_json = re.sub(r'(?<[\{\s])(?P<word>[\w-]+)(?=[:\s])', '"\g<word>"',
    #   improved_json)
    # good_json = re.sub(r'([\{\[\s])(?P<word>[\w-]+)([:,\]\s])', '\1"\g<word>"\3',
    #   improved_json)
    good_json = re.sub(r'(?<=[\{\[\s])(?P<word>[\w-]+)(?=[:,\]\s])', '"\g<word>"',
      improved_json)
    #print(good_json)

# with open('out.js', 'w') as fh:
#     fh.write(good_json)

data = json.loads(good_json)
print(data)