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How to put an address in Google Maps with longitude and latitude using Kotlin

 
Maha Sakka
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I use a Kotlin as a language to create my android app. In my app, every merchant have a list of branches. Every Branch, has an address description with a longitude and latitude. I want to know how can I put all the addresses of all Branchs in google maps with pins using the longitude and latitude for every Branch, in the same map.

 
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So given a list of long/lat you want to show a map with pins at those locations? Start here: https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/android-sdk/map-with-marker
 
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Hi I have found a post which helps you to solve your problem so read and follow the instruction and you get positive results I hope.
https://www.javatpoint.com/kotlin-android-google-map-search-location
 
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