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Thank you for using our API. This API uses fuzzy search algorithms to find the *best* result. You can get *more than one* result in *case of ambiguity*, but this is automatically determined by the algorithm and you cannot control it. For forward geocoding, up to 5 results can be returned. For reverse geocoding, a maximum of 10 results can be returned. You can also try our other similar API [TrueWay Places API](https://rapidapi.com/trueway/api/trueway-places).
Fri 6:37 30/4/21
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We did not test our api from a R code. But I am sure that these should not be a problem, because the standard protocol HTTP is used. Here are some links you might find useful: [https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/httr/vignettes/quickstart.html](url) [https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/httr/vignettes/api-packages.html](url)
Sun 6:01 7/6/20
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This situation is possible when no route could be found between the origin and destination. Please note that both points are in the ocean far from any roads.
Sat 4:04 16/5/20
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This API uses fuzzy search algorithms. If the ambiguity is too large, the result may be empty. You must reduce your search space. For example, add a country or bounds. You can also try our TrueWay Places API.
Sat 9:35 18/4/20
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Hi, Unfortunately RapidAPI does not have code snippet for Scala. But you can make a http GET request yourself like other code snippets. You must pass proper url and headers.
Wed 5:43 15/4/20
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Hello, Thank you for using our API. 1. There is no parameter to limit the number of result yet. Fixed limits: forward geocoding: 5, reverse geocoding: 10. 2. Rate Limits: 5 requests per second for free plan and 25 for paid plans.
Wed 1:10 15/4/20