# json序列化对象为 object对象

Of course, if you don’t specify a type when you call DeserializeObject, or you use object or dynamic, then Json.Net has no choice but to deserialize into a JObject. (You can see for yourself that your dynamic variable actually holds a JObject by checking jResults.GetType().FullName.) So in that case, there’s not much difference between JsonConvert.DeserializeObject and JToken.Parse; either will give you the same result.