Are you talking about this - http://api.twitter.com/version/users/lookup.format
The above API returns whatever ids you have passed. Am I missing something? -Nischal On May 26, 4:38 am, cballou <ball...@gmail.com> wrote: > Nobody? > > On May 25, 12:14 pm, cballou <ball...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > I really don't like the fact that calling users.lookup() returns the > > last 100 users I have friended. > > > Is there a way to retrieve users in a more random fashion or with some > > kind of ordering (ascending/descending)? I'm looking for more > > optional parameters. > > > Suppose, for instance, that I have 500 friends. I would not want to > > pull my last 100 friends when making this API call. I might want to, > > however, pull a random sampling of 100 of those friends. I may also > > want to pull a particular number of friends (i.e. imposing a limit on > > the request). > > > I would propose that there be additional filtering parameters for this > > request: > > > sort: asc/desc/random (default desc) > > limit: 1-100 (default 100) > > > Can anybody clarify and expand upon this for me?