In this section, we will delve into the creation and configuration of a proxy string. We'll cover how to target specific locations, apply rotation settings, select the appropriate protocol, and more. Additionally, we will demonstrate how to make a request using a proxy.

To begin, it's important to understand that a proxy string comprises four elements: host, port, username, and password. While there are multiple methods to combine these four elements, for the sake of simplicity, we will adopt the format: HOST:PORT:USERNAME:PASSWORD.

Royal Residential proxies utilize the password segment of the string to configure the aforementioned settings. For instance, consider the following proxy string designed to target the state of California in the USA:

As mentioned earlier, the string has four main sections (highlighted in blue), and the last one is labeled 'Password.' This section holds all the configuration details for the proxy.

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