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how to get a longitude & latitude from a given address  RSS feed

 
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I need to get a longitude & latitude from a given address ?
can any one tell me ?
 
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There are web services you can contact for this sort of information. The one we use where I work belongs to Google: The Google Geocoding API. The word for what you want to do is "geocoding".
 
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That's what the android.location.Geocoder class does.
 
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this is my java class


this is my main xml



this is the exception i am getting




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So Android can't find the com.draw.FindLocation class - is it part of the .apk file? It's not part of Android itself.
 
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I create a new project

this is my java class



this is main.xml


this is geocodexml file


this is th\e error


 
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Here is working code:

SearchByAddress.java


view.xml
 
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I try this with your example .then it gives this error.please see attachment.
error.jpg
[Thumbnail for error.jpg]
 
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Instead of posting attachments, it would help if you copy paste the stack trace
 
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I run my code which I paste above and everything is ok.
Execution result is on the image placed here

Your console says there is a problem with your device. You tried run application once or maybe more?

You can try choose your Android API version 1.6, I know that can help sometimes.
 
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