FMS, in conjunction with the USPS, offers a monthly subscription to current US zip codes. See our Total ZipCode Database page for details.
|(Declarations)||Declarations||Declarations and private variables for the CZipCode_ADO class.|
|GetCityState||Method||Lookup city and state based on zip code.|
|VerifyCityZip||Method||Verify that the zip code, city, and state match.|
' Example of CZipCode_ADO ' NOTE: The sample table for this form, tblZipCodes, comes the database named Sample.mdb in the directory where you installed sample files. ' This sample includes a subset of Zip Codes from MD, VA, and DC. ' FMS, in conjunction with the USPS, offers a monthly subscription to current US zip codes. ' See http://www.fmsinc.com/MicrosoftAccess/ZipCodeDatabase.html for details. ' To try this example, do the following: ' 1. Import or link to the table named tblZipCodes, from C:\Total Visual SourceBook 2013\Samples\Sample.mdb ' 2. Create a new form ' 3. Add the following controls to the form: ' Text box named txtCity ' Text box named txtState ' Text box named txtZip ' Command button named cmdGetCityState ' Command button named cmdValidate ' 4. Paste all the code from this example to the new form's module. ' 5. Run the form Private mclsZipCodeADO As CZipCode_ADO Private Sub cmdGetCityState_Click() Dim strCity As String Dim strState As String If Nz(Me.txtZip, "") = "" Then Me.txtZip = "22182" End If If Not mclsZipCodeADO.GetCityState(Me.txtZip, strCity, strState) Then MsgBox "City/State combo not found, or zip code not in the sample table." & vbCrLf & "Sample table includes zip codes from MD, VA, and DC." & vbCrLf & "Try zip code 22182." End If Me.txtCity = strCity Me.txtState = strState End Sub Private Sub cmdValidate_Click() If (Nz(Me.txtCity, "") = "") Or (Nz(Me.txtState, "") = "") Or (Nz(Me.txtZip, "") = "") Then MsgBox "Enter City/State/Zip combination to validate. Must be in VA, MD, or DC." Else Select Case Nz(Me.txtState) Case "DC", "MD", "VA" If mclsZipCodeADO.VerifyCityZip(Me.txtZip, Me.txtCity, Me.txtState) Then MsgBox "This is a valid City/State/Zip combination." Else MsgBox "This is NOT a valid City/State/Zip combination, or the data does not exist in our sample table." End If Case Else MsgBox "Please use a City/State/Zip combination in MD, VA, or DC" & vbCrLf & "(e.g. Vienna, VA 22182)" End Select End If End Sub Private Sub Form_Load() ' Initialize the class Set mclsZipCodeADO = New CZipCode_ADO ' Setup controls With Me.txtZip .Value = "22182" .Top = 200 .Left = 1000 .Width = 2000 End With With Me.txtCity .Value = "" .Top = 800 .Left = 1000 .Width = 2000 End With With Me.txtState .Value = "" .Top = 1200 .Left = 1000 .Width = 2000 End With With Me.cmdGetCityState .Caption = "Get City/State" .Top = 200 .Left = 3200 .Width = 1500 End With With Me.cmdValidate .Caption = "Validate City/State/Zip combo" .Top = 2000 .Left = 500 .Width = 3500 End With End Sub Private Sub Form_Unload(Cancel As Integer) Set mclsZipCodeADO = Nothing End Sub
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