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US ZIP codes are a type of postal code used within the United States to help the United States Postal Service (USPS) route mail more efficiently. Some still refer to ZIP codes as US postal codes. The term ZIP stands for Zone Improvement Plan. The basic 5-digit format was first introduced in 1963 and later extended to add an additional 4 digits after a dash to form a ZIP+4 code. The additional 4 digits help USPS more precisely group mail for delivery. Though ZIP codes were originally developed for USPS, many other shipping companies such as United Parcel Service (UPS), Federal Express (FedEx), DHL, and others make use of ZIP codes for sorting packages and calculating the time and cost of shipping a package (the shipping rate).Usa Zipcode Database - Usps Zipcode Database - Usa Zip Code List - List Of Usa Zip Codes - Usps Zip Code Database - Us Zipcode List Download
Platform: Linux , Unix , Windows Server , WinXP
IP2Location Ip-country-region-city-latitude-longitude-zipcode-timezone-isp-domain-netspeed-areacode-weather-mobile-elevation-usagetype is commercial IP geolocation translates IP address to country, ISP, domain name, mobile, elevation and usage type.
DateAug 18, 2014
PlatformLinux, OpenVMS, Palm, Unix
Data::Faker::StreetAddress is a Data::Faker plugin. DATA PROVIDERS us_zip_code Return a random zip or zip+4 zip code in the US zip code format.
DateAug 31, 2010
Xfce 4 Weather Plugin shows the current temperature and weather condition, using weather data provided by xoap.weather.com. Usage: To find your location code: · Go to www.weather.
DateAug 28, 2010
BBDB is a Perl module to read and write BBDB files.
DateAug 1, 2010
RIG is a program I wrote to replace a particularly poor closed-source unattributed public-domain implementation for MS-DOS.
DateOct 16, 2010