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$ref: "#/definitions/Node" items: type: array nodes: example: 1300 description: number of nodes returned type: integer count: example: 0.543 description: number of seconds it took to process this request type: float took: - false - true enum: example: true description: Boolean indicating success or failure type: boolean success: schema: description: OK 200: responses: - "application/json" produces: operationId: "nodes" description: "Provides a list of node objects" summary: "List all nodes" - "node" tags: get: /nodes:
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