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StructuredAddressData Class

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Inherits IAddressData. StructuredAddressData represents an address that has been fully structured and allows specific details of the address to be stored and retrieved. This is used to represent the address input into a Drill Down Geocoder. StructuredAddressData also represents the resulting addresses found by any form of GeoCoding.
Inheritance Hierarchy
SystemObject
  Telogis.GeoBase.AddressesStructuredAddressData

Namespace:  Telogis.GeoBase.Addresses
Assembly:  geobase.net (in geobase.net.dll) Version: 4.83.0.0
Syntax
public class StructuredAddressData : IStructuredAddressData, 
	IAddressData, IJSONSerializable

The StructuredAddressData type exposes the following members.

Constructors
Properties
  NameDescription
Public propertyBuilding
Gets Building name.
Public propertyCity
Gets the city name.
Public propertyCountry
Gets or sets the Country for this address.
Public propertyCounty
Gets the county name.
Public propertyFields
Returns a list of field names that can be accessed on this IAddressData.
Public propertyJSONName
Gets the JSONName of the object.
Public propertyLocalizedUnits
Gets the units types and numbers as a preformatted string.
Public propertyLocation
Gets or sets the LatLon for this address.
Public propertyMaxStreetNumber
Gets the maximum house number on this street.
Public propertyMinStreetNumber
Gets the minimum house number on this street.
Public propertyPostCode
Gets the postcode.
Public propertyRegions
Gets the region names.
Public propertyState
Gets the state name.
Public propertyStreetNames
Gets all of the names of this street. The primary street name is the first element of the array.
Public propertyStreetNumber
Gets the street number.
Public propertySubregions
Gets the subregion names.
Public propertySuburb
Gets the suburb name.
Public propertyUnit Obsolete.
Gets the unit number as a string.
Public propertyUnits
Gets the unit types and corresponding unit numbers as AddressUnit objects. E.g. "Floor 2, Building 3".
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