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Introduction

Express Entry consists of a Web service and support code that enable more accurate and convenient entry of address data by checking data as it is typed. Adding to your code is simple: just implement a solution in Visual Studio or use Javascript to connect to the Web service (sample code is provided). The result will be less time and labor lost due to common errors such as misspellings and wrong ZIP codes. Express Entry enables you to accomplish this with a minimum of coding time and can reduce the number of keystrokes required to enter address data.

Express Entry can:

  • Save time and effort by completing addresses with less than 1/2 of the keystrokes necessary to type the full address, checked against Melissa Data’s Multi-sourced data.
  • Validate addresses while they are being typed in, making sure that as addresses are added, misspellings and other errors are prevented.
  • Be implemented as a Web service client using REST in a language such as C#, Visual BASIC, or Javascript (examples provided).
  • Respond quickly to requests, enabling the user to find related addresses easily.
  • Correct for missing address components by adding elements such as suffixes where the user didn’t know they existed.
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