But if count 10 will return only 4 tweets? :)

On 7 дек, 13:36, Scott Wilcox <sc...@dor.ky> wrote:
> Use a count of 10 and trim on your end.
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> On 7 Dec 2010, at 11:29, L0rdJ wrote:
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> > Hi Taylor,
> > But how can i get for example last 5 user`s tweets (without the
> > retweets)?
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> > On 6 дек, 17:50, Taylor Singletary <taylorsinglet...@twitter.com>
> > wrote:
> >> Hi L0rdJ,
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> >> This is how the Twitter REST API count parameters work -- they are 
> >> "hopeful"
> >> counts -- you won't get more than the count specified but you may get less.
> >> This is one reason you see many web-based Twitter clients utilize a "More"
> >> button approach rather than paged results. It's best to focus less on the
> >> literal count of results that you get back and instead on the content.
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> >> TaylorOn Mon, Dec 6, 2010 at 4:37 AM, L0rdJ <dolgushev.ser...@gmail.com> 
> >> wrote:
> >>> I found a bug in the Twitter API, but i can`t find where i can report
> >>> in, so i decided report it to this group, with hope that somebody help
> >>> me :)
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> >>> Seems like when i`m setting "count" parameter for statuses/
> >>> user_timeline API call, but i`m not setting "include_rts" parameter.
> >>> Returned statuses are limited including retweets. But retweets aren`t
> >>> displayed.
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> >>> So if i have
> >>> 1. some tweet 1
> >>> 2. retweet to some tweet 1
> >>> 3. retweet to some tweet 1
> >>> 4. some tweet 2
> >>> 5. some tweet 3
> >>> ....
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> >>> and i`m trying to get statuses/user_timeline with count = 3, and
> >>> disabled include_rts. I got:
> >>> 1. Some tweet 1
> >>> Instead of
> >>> 1. Some tweet 1
> >>> 2. Some tweet 2
> >>> 3. Some tweet 3

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