Alternate version of json_file_add_object, where "path" is kind=CDK.
the path to the variable
pointer to the variable to add
if the variable was found
if the variable had to be created
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subroutine wrap_json_file_add_object(me,path,p,found,was_created) implicit none class(json_file),intent(inout) :: me character(kind=CDK,len=*),intent(in) :: path !! the path to the variable type(json_value),pointer,intent(in) :: p !! pointer to the variable to add logical(LK),intent(out),optional :: found !! if the variable was found logical(LK),intent(out),optional :: was_created !! if the variable had to be created call me%json_file_add_object(to_unicode(path),p,found,was_created) end subroutine wrap_json_file_add_object