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Defines the geocoding geometry.

Definition

public class GeocodingGeometry

Summary

The following table summarizes the members exposed in this class.

Public Constructors

GeocodingGeometry Constructor() Initializes a new instance of the GeocodingGeometry class.

Public Properties

Bounds bounds (optionally returned) stores the bounding box which can fully contain the returned result. Note that these bounds may not match the recommended viewport. (For example, San Francisco includes the Farallon islands, which are technically part of the city, but probably should not be returned in the viewport.)
Location location contains the geocoded latitude,longitude value. For normal address lookups, this field is typically the most important.
LocationType location_type stores additional data about the specified location.
ViewPort viewport contains the recommended viewport for displaying the returned result, specified as two latitude,longitude values defining the southwest and northeast corner of the viewport bounding box. Generally the viewport is used to frame a result when displaying it to a user.

Public Constructors

public GeocodingGeometry()

Public Properties

public FramedLocation Bounds { get; set; }

bounds (optionally returned) stores the bounding box which can fully contain the returned result. Note that these bounds may not match the recommended viewport. (For example, San Francisco includes the Farallon islands, which are technically part of the city, but probably should not be returned in the viewport.)

public Location Location { get; set; }

location contains the geocoded latitude,longitude value. For normal address lookups, this field is typically the most important.

public GeocodingLocationType LocationType { get; set; }

location_type stores additional data about the specified location.

public FramedLocation ViewPort { get; set; }

viewport contains the recommended viewport for displaying the returned result, specified as two latitude,longitude values defining the southwest and northeast corner of the viewport bounding box. Generally the viewport is used to frame a result when displaying it to a user.

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