Thanks, I originally started out formatting the twitter query with an
array, as you suggest, the final result here is a product of trouble
shooting to get more than just an empty screen.

I will give this a try. Thank you.

On Feb 28, 2:03 pm, Abraham Williams <4bra...@gmail.com> wrote:
> The Search API does not support authentication and so TwitterOAuth does not
> currently support it. TwitterOAuth useshttps://api.twitter.com/1/as the
> API URL when the Search API useshttp://search.twitter.comas 
> documentedhttp://dev.twitter.com/doc/get/search.
>
> To use the Search API I recommend performing a simple cURL request instead.
>
> Also in general TwitterOAuth requests should formated like
>
>    $query = $twitteroauth->get("search", array("q" => $q, "rpp" =>100)>;
>
> instead of
>
>    $query = $twitteroauth->get("search.json?q={$q}&rpp=100");
>
> Finally the integers returned are larger then 32bit PHP supports. In
> officially supported Twitter API methods most id elements have a matching
> id_str element that is a string.
>
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> On Mon, Feb 28, 2011 at 10:15, Chris Sobolewski
> <sobolewski.ch...@gmail.com>wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> > I am attempting to use the twitteroauth library to make a query, and I
> > am getting some odd responses back.
>
> > My code:
> >    $twitteroauth = new TwitterOAuth(CONSUMER_KEY, CONSUMER_SECRET);
> >    $q=urlencode("#twitter");
> >    $query = $twitteroauth->get("search.json?q={$q}&rpp=100");
> >    echo "<pre>";
> >    $qq = $query;
> >    print_r($qq);
> >    echo "</pre>";
>
> > First odd result is, when I try doing a JSON decode, I get an error
> > that it is not JSON which is what I expected to get back.
>
> > Second odd result is when I print_r, this is what I recieve back:
>
> > stdClass Object
> > (
> >    [created_in] => 0.11146
> >    [statuses] => Array
> >        (
> >            [0] => 4.2285483207823E+16
> >            [1] => 4.2285478212403E+16
> >            [2] => 4.2285477021237E+16
> >            [3] => 4.228546655225E+16
> >            [4] => 4.2285444607648E+16
> >            [5] => 4.2285433509528E+16
> >            [6] => 4.2285433383559E+16
> >            .... so on all the way down to 100
> >        )
> > )
>
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