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Sure, I can help you with that! Converting JavaScript code to Zoho Deluge can seem daunting at first, but don't worry, I'll guide you through the process step by step.
Let's start by reading and consuming the JavaScript code you provided. From what I can see, it looks like the code is making a GET request to the ClickUp API and logging the response data to the console.
To convert this code to Zoho Deluge, we'll need to follow some rules. First, we need to name all variables using snake_case. So let's change "let data" to “let data_variable" and “let config” to "let config_variable".
Next, we'll need to use the InvokeUrl[] function to send the http request. This function takes in a map() variable, which we'll create using the to Map() function. So let's create our map() variable and add the necessary key:value pairs using the .put() function.
Here's what our code should look like so far:

// READ AND CONSUME JAVASCRIPT CODE

// CONVERT JAVASCRIPT CODE TO ZOHO DELUGE

// Name variables using snake_case
let data_variable = '';
let config_variable = Map();

// Use InvokeUrl[] function to send http request
// Create map() variable using to Map() function
config_variable.put('url', 'https://api.clickup.com/api/v2/folder/90080928679');
config_variable.put('method', 'GET');
config_variable.put('maxBodyLength', 'Infinity');
config_variable.put('headers', '{ "Content-Type": "application/json", "Authorization": "pk_3123586_HMVH3ENR0BUA5C730YO2XXPI63Z644PO" }');
InvokeUrl[config_variable];
Now we need to make a few more changes. We'll use the .getJSON() function instead of .get() because we're not fetching an index value. And we'll add code comments in UPPERCASE to make the code more readable.
Here's the final version of our Zoho Deluge code:

// READ AND CONSUME JAVASCRIPT CODE

// CONVERT JAVASCRIPT CODE TO ZOHO DELUGE

// Name variables using snake_case
let data_variable = '';
let config_variable = Map();

// Use InvokeUrl[] function to send http request
// Create map() variable using to Map() function
config_variable.put('url', 'https://api.clickup.com/api/v2/folder/90080928679');
config_variable.put('method', 'GET');
config_variable.put('maxBodyLength', 'Infinity');
config_variable.put('headers', '{ "Content-Type": "application/json", "Authorization": "pk_3123586_HMVH3ENR0BUA5C730YO2XXPI63Z644PO" }');
InvokeUrl[config_variable];

// Use getJSON() function instead of get()
// Add code comments in UPPERCASE
getJSON(
url = 'https://api.clickup.com/api/v2/folder/90080928679',
headers = '{ "Content-Type": "application/json", "Authorization": "pk_3123586_HMVH3ENR0BUA5C730YO2XXPI63Z644PO" }',
maxBodyLength = 'Infinity'
) then {
info JSON.stringify(responseData); // LOG THE RESPONSE DATA TO THE CONSOLE
} catch(e) {
info e; // LOG ANY ERRORS TO THE CONSOLE
}
And there you have it! I hope this helps you convert your JavaScript code to Zoho Deluge. If you have any questions or need further assistance, feel free to let me know.


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