Additional Geographic Coding Storage Screen (C1CPG912) - Code-1_Plus - 5.0

CODE-1 Plus Guide for IBM i

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Product
CODE-1 Plus
Version
5.0
Language
English
Product name
CODE-1 Plus
Title
CODE-1 Plus Guide for IBM i
Copyright
2024
First publish date
1998
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2024-05-15
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The first Additional Geographic Coding Storage screen defines the location in your CODE-1 Plus output record to place additional match results from a geographic coding attempt.

Field Name

Format

Description

Comments

USPS State Abbreviation

Number from 1-9999

Location in the output record to store the 2-byte USPS state abbreviation.

Optional.No Default.

County Name

Number from 1-9999

Specifies the location in the output record where you want to store the 20-byte county name.

Optional.No Default.

MSA Code

Number from 1-9999

Location in the output record to store the 4-byte Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) code.

Optional.No Default.

MSA Name

Number from 1-9999

Location in the output record to store the 50-byte Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) name.

Optional.No Default.

Latitude and LongitudeLevel indicator

Number from 1-9999

Level of latitude and longitude determined for the input ZIP Code. Contains one of the following codes:

Z   Latitude and longitude represent the area type of the input ZIP Code.

T   Latitude and longitude represent the population center of the census tract determined for the input ZIP Code/ZIP + 4 Code.

B    Latitude and longitude represent the population center of the census block group determined for the input ZIP Code/ZIP + 4 Code.

Optional.No Default.

Latitude and Longitude

Number from 1-9999

Location in the output record to store the 16-byte latitude and longitude string.

Latitude is a 7-digit number (with four decimal places implied) followed by a 1-byte directional (N or S) and occupies the first 8 bytes of this area.

Longitude is a 7-digit number (with four decimal places implied) followed by a 1-byte directional (E or W) and occupies the last 8 bytes of this area.

Optional.No Default.

Latitude and Longitude Coordinate

20 bytes

Latitude/longitude coordinates with 6 degree precision. Coordinate consists of 9 digits, 1 directional, 9 digits, and 1 directional. A 6-digit decimal is implied.