Thanks for your reply,

   I require that all nearest tweets should give me latitude,
longitude, but some results give me as "location" property in JSON.
   I need it to display it on map view, in iPhone.
   If I ignore results which do not have latitude,longitude, I will
have very few results to show.

Jignesh Brahmkhatri

On Apr 9, 8:32 pm, Raffi Krikorian <ra...@twitter.com> wrote:
> search uses a variety of different signals to determine whether a tweet
> should be placed near a specific latitude and longitude -- a geotag is just
> one of them.  so, when querying the search API, you may receive more than
> just geotagged tweets.  your best best is to just discard those which are
> not explicitly geocoded.
> in addition, i'm not sure whether the search representation includes "place"
> objects (neighborhoods, and cities).
> On Fri, Apr 9, 2010 at 8:00 AM, Jigu <jignesh.brahmkha...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi
> >   I am trying to retrieve nearest tweets on iPhone. To retrieve
> > results I requested on "http://search.twitter.com/search.json?
> > geocode=38.9951%2C-76.9276%2C5mi&rpp=2"
> >   The problem is everything works correct, But I want each result
> > should return latitude, longitude so further use but every results in
> > JSON, property "geo" returns null. So to retrieve latitude, longitude,
> > what should I do.
> > Thanks
> > Jignesh Brahmkhatri
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