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Old 03-31-2015, 09:42 PM   #31
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You are right about it being a postal code. I remember always having to send bundles of documents while at Stone and Webster to Toronto, and that was the postal code. I hated typing them. (before computers) Shifting up and down drove me crazy. Now I can just put the shift lock on and go to the numeric pad for the rest. Now looking at it like you said, I can see the phone number and the address being separate. Gee, you are just so smart.
nah, i'm just used to postal codes.
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Tax , do you use post codes where you are , or are you just familiar with the UK post code system ? You are right of course , the long number is a UK area landline telephone number and then the HX bit is the post code .
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I would love to see a separate section for curries. I think I would like it even better if it had subcategories. It certainly would make searches easier and easier to just explore.
+1 I agree-I find the search engine weak and a pain in the .... (fill in the blank).
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Tax , do you use post codes where you are , or are you just familiar with the UK post code system ? You are right of course , the long number is a UK area landline telephone number and then the HX bit is the post code .
Yup, we use postal codes in Canada. With X representing a letter and d representing a digit, the format is always: XdX dXd. Santa Claus has his own postal code: H0H 0H0. Many small towns have pronounceable postal codes. A long time ago, my postal code was: J0T 1R0. The nearby town was J0T 1T0.
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