The link is:
It actually returns the full dataset for up to 100 users. The returned
data is sorted by your newest friendship in descending order. This
functionality is quite minimal and could definitely be expanded upon
like I suggested above. I was just wondering if there were any
possibly hidden parameters I could pass in to change the count, cursor
On May 26, 1:22 am, nischalshetty <nischalshett...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
> 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?