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Google Maps - How do I map Markers with letters then add a polyline between each Marker using Geocoding???

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How do I take this addToMap Function which ads markers to the map to do the following?

1.  Add markers assign each marker a different letter??
2.  Once All markers are added how do I draw a straight polyline from A-z??

var map;
var geocoder;
var address1='1111 gogo lane,NY';     // Want this to be marker A
var address2='222 gogo lane,NY';    // Want this to be marker  B
var address3=''333 gogo lane,NY';   // Want this be be marker C and so on for each address
 
 
Function Call
geocoder.getLocations(address1, addToMap);
geocoder.getLocations(address2, addToMap);
geocoder.getLocations(address3, addToMap);   // and so on
 
//  function adds the markers to the map. this basic.
// function works. what I need to do here is make it to where I can
// increment letters for each marker. Then map those points via a polyline pulling lat and lng via googles
// Geocoder.
// eg. A,B,C,D would be the markers then map a polyline along those
//  points using the geocoder to get cords automatically for the.
//  polyline.
function addToMap(response)
   {
// Retrieve the object
      place = response.Placemark[0];
 
// Retrieve the latitude and longitude
      point = new GLatLng(place.Point.coordinates[1],
                          place.Point.coordinates[0]);
 
// Center the map on this point
      map.setCenter(point, 4);
 
// Create a marker
      marker = new GMarker(point);
 
// Add the marker to map
      map.addOverlay(marker);
 
// Add address information to marker
      marker.openInfoWindowHtml(place.address);
   }
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