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Re: Postal address layouts? - Australia


From: Jonathan Hepburn
Subject: Re: Postal address layouts? - Australia
Date: Fri, 05 Sep 2003 14:41:51 +1000

Having decided that Contacts.app (well, .debug, anyway...) is a Good Thing (tm) 
and well executed (I agree with the comments over the panel layout) I feel 
compelled to offer the following for Australia:

((POBox),
(Street),
(Extended Address),
(City),
(State),
(ZipCode),
(Country))

If I understand the proplist correctly, and haven't made any syntax errors, 
that should work and should be right. With one caveat: What is the exact usage 
of ExtendedAddress? To clarify, Australia uses the form 
"Name"
"POBox/street number & street"
"Suburb"
"City" (optional)
"State" (optional)
"PostCode" (ZipCode - VITAL).
So if what I wrote doesn't match that, at lesat now you know how to change it. 
Also, I wasn't sure if "SPostFach" was really necessary, so I just left it off.

Hope this helps,

J

On 2003-09-05 05:08:02 +1000 Björn Giesler <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> one more thing... I'm looking for postal address layouts for different 
> countries for the next release of Contacts.app. The problem is that postal 
> addresses are different for each country, so I represent them in property 
> lists looking something like this:
> 
> (("$Postfach", POBox),
> (Street),
> (ExtendedAddress),
> (ZipCode, City),
> (State),
> (Country))
> 
> Each sub-array is a line as it would appear on a letter. Entries starting 
> with "$" are interpreted as literal strings, everything else is a key into 
> the data base. The proplist above contains all the possible keys.
> 
> Please, could those who have a couple of free minutes hack something like 
> this together for their countries? I have German, US and Romanian, and I need 
> everything else.
> 
> Thanks a lot in advance,
>               --Björn
> 
> 
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