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Object literals are accepted in place of LatLng objects, as a convenience, in many places. These are converted to LatLng objects when the Maps API encounters them.

Examples:

map.setCenter({lat: -34, lng: 151});
new google.maps.Marker({position: {lat: -34, lng: 151}, map: map});

LatLng object literals are not supported in the Geometry library.

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Properties

Properties

lat

lat: number

Latitude in degrees. Values will be clamped to the range [-90, 90]. This means that if the value specified is less than -90, it will be set to -90. And if the value is greater than 90, it will be set to 90.

lng

lng: number

Longitude in degrees. Values outside the range [-180, 180] will be wrapped so that they fall within the range. For example, a value of -190 will be converted to 170. A value of 190 will be converted to -170. This reflects the fact that longitudes wrap around the globe.

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