Result:false The empty string is converted to 0 which is not NaN.
Reads the values from the given object that match the given JSONPath. If the path is simple and does not traverse multiple paths through the object hierarchy (such as $parent.child.value), the value will be returned directly or an error will be raised if the path was not found. If the given path branches to cover multiple parts of the object hierarchy (such as $..array), an array will be returned, which may be empty if there were no matches.
Expression: This expression will return the "email_address" field in the array of objects at "$SupportTicketDefinition.partners" where the objects have a "type" property with a value of "contact".
Parses a string argument and returns a floating point number. Specifically, this function parses characters into a valid floating-point number left to right. Once a character breaks this condition (like a comma), then the parseFloat function considers the break as the end of the number, and the rest of the string is ignored (see last example).