Express Entry:ExpressCityState

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Standard http://expressentry.melissadata.net/web/ExpressCityState
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Standard http://expressentry.melissadata.net/jsonp/ExpressCityState
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ExpressCityState

ExpressCityState is provided as a means of retrieving U.S. city, state, and postal code combinations using the city name. This can be useful when a list of postal code information for a city is desired.

Example Call

http://expressentry.melissadata.net/web/ExpressCityState?format={FORMAT}&id={ID}&city={CITY}&state={STATE}&postalcode={POSTALCODE}&maxrecords={MAXRECORDS}

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?format=
The response will be formatted according to the value set here.
Valid values are: XML and JSON.
&id=
The ID element can contain your user ID, a complete License Key, or a token.
&city=
Using the City in a query will help refine results, limiting responses accordingly.
&state=
Limit the search to the selected state.
&postalcode=
Using the postal code in a query will help refine results, limiting responses accordingly.
&maxrecords=
Maxrecords is provided to control the number of results returned from a request to the service.
The default value is 10.
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