I can't get Julia to work in VS Code, because the Path JSON is a mess

I was trying to change my JSON to create a path to PyDev, and now none of my extensions work. It’s not recognizing an array for some reason (I’m not familiar with JSON or JavaScript in general)

"terminal.integrated.commandsToSkipShell": [
"julia.enableTelemetry": true,
"julia.executablePath": "/home/brett/Julia/julia-1.6.0-beta1-linux-x86_64/julia-1.6.0-beta1/bin/julia",
"crystal-lang.mainFile": "/usr/lib/crystal/bin",
"python.pydev.pythonPath": "/usr/bin/python3",


I get this errors.

	"resource": "/home/brett/.config/Code/User/settings.json",
	"owner": "_generated_diagnostic_collection_name_#0",
	"severity": 8,
	"message": "Expected a JSON object, array or literal.",
	"source": "jsonc",
	"startLineNumber": 1,
	"startColumn": 1,
	"endLineNumber": 1,
	"endColumn": 2

I had an array of these paths, but now I don’t have it right, so no array, and non of the paths work.

Top curly brace is the wrong way?

Yes that fixed it, I’m now getting a caution for the line with my PyDev path

	"resource": "/home/brett/.config/Code/User/settings.json",
	"owner": "_generated_diagnostic_collection_name_#0",
	"severity": 4,
	"message": "Incorrect type. Expected \"array\".",
	"startLineNumber": 9,
	"startColumn": 32,
	"endLineNumber": 9,
	"endColumn": 50

I’m guessing pythonPath is expecting an array so that you can supply more than one directory to it, so presumably

"python.pydev.pythonPath": ["/usr/bin/python3"],

would do it.