Since you're actually GETting information and not POSTing information, yes, you should use GET.


On 12/31/10 4:35 PM, Yusuke Yamamoto wrote:

/1/friendships/lookup.json returns "This method requires a GET." with POST 
method as follows:
 method requires a GET."}

Is it done by design?
The method accepts up to 100 screen names and it would be nice to accept POST 
method as same as /1/users/lookup.


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