Irish address formatting

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rode_kater
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Re: Irish address formatting

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pleated wrote:
Fri Oct 23, 2020 11:24 pm
With one of them instead of giving my full address all I had to do was enter my Eircode and instantly my address popped up. Big brother is watching!
Here in NL the postcode+house number is a unique combo, so it's very common on sites that you fill in the postcode+house number and it will fill in the rest. It also provides a helpful cross-check when someone give you an address, since you can confirm the postcode and street name go together. Since single streets have multiple postcodes you can even catch mistyped house numbers. No more misaddressed mail!

I know Oz has a Delivery Point ID, but it's only used by businesses AFAIK. And it's random so you don't usually know it.
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Re: Irish address formatting

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Well... I'll drop it off at the post office tomorrow...
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Thanks for your help Kirbstone!
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I see Weymouth's "Danny the dolphin" was struck by a ship and suffered injuries that claimed his life as a result.

Damn what a dark year this has turned out to be. :blue:
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Moon,

I agree, it's been a very dark year for almost everything. Weymouth is a busy cross-channel port with a lot of big ship movements daily. Bad luck on 'Danny' and his fans.

Dingle in contrast is home to some small fishing boats and yachts only, so Fungie's long-term survival had a better chance.

A few pics. to gladden the heart....
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Fungie's last hurrah !
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