We can now try some the supported command. You do need to obtain a Google Maps key and supply that through the configure command. You should then be able to copy any of the example commands below, and so paste them into a terminal and then run them on your Ubuntu command line. The examples are expanded upon through the following sections.
$ ml geocode google anzac parade # Identify 3 options that match. $ ml geocode google anzac parade --max=1 # Return just 1 match. $ ml geocode google anzac parade --url # Return a URL to display a map. # Display the url within a browser $ brave-browser `ml geocode google --max=1 --url albany creek`
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